Campbell Foundation Gives Holiday Hugs to Fight HIV

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Holiday blessings came early for 11 South Florida HIV service providers. The Campbell Foundation provided what it calls “Holiday Hugs” to organizations that serve the state’s HIV/AIDS community. The recipients include medical and mental health treatment providers to those who provide education, housing, and transportation. The grants assist organizations at year’s end when many experience financial hardships.

The Campbell Foundation gave Broward House a $5,000 end-of-year Holiday Hug. Broward House helps people facing health challenges, including HIV, suffered severe flooding early this year. Other organizations each received $2,000 each as part of our Holiday Hug program. 

Three of the organizations — Pride Center, SunServe, and Latinos Salud — are eligible to receive matching funds from the Florida AIDS Walk from AIDS Healthcare Foundation.

“The Campbell Foundation’s holiday hug funding allows us to provide services that our regular grants do not cover, in this case rides to non-emergency appointments related to HIV care and services,” said Stephen Fallon, executive director of Latinos Salud.

The Campbell Foundation was established in 1995 by the late Richard Campbell Zahn as a private, independent, non-profit foundation dedicated to supporting clinical, laboratory-based research into the prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS. As The Campbell Foundation prepares to celebrate its 29th year, it has given away more than $12 million dollars, with more than $1.5 million going to direct services.


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