The AIDS Funding Collaborative partners release Strategic Commitments to reaffirm the AFC’s commitment to lessening the impact of HIV in Greater Cleveland through a focus on Community Impact, Advocacy and Integration of HIV Services.
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The Alcohol & Drug Addiction Services Board of Cuyahoga County, City of Cleveland and The George Gund Foundation join the AIDS Funding Collaborative between 2006 and 2007 – growing the partnership to 8 public and private funders. This year the AFC also convenes its first training for local HIV/AIDS professionals – on designing effective interventions...
The AFC leads grassroots outreach in partnership with RTA for World AIDS Day – a tradition that continues to the present.
In order to carry out the new level of programming set forth in its strategic plan, the AIDS Funding Collaborative (AFC) formed a new partnership with The Center for Community Solutions, aimed at raising the visibility of HIV/AIDS in Greater Cleveland and attracting new forms of support to the cause of prevention, intervention, and service....
The AIDS Funding Collaborative (AFC) began a strategic planning process to address questions about its future direction, structure, governance, management, and grantmaking. That process resulted in a decision to expand the AFC’s role to include not only grantmaking, but also advocacy and community leadership activities.