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Elton John Aids Foundation

I’m pleased to let you know that the Elton John AIDS Foundation (EJAF) has once again been identified as one of the top ten funders of U.S. LGBTQ programs by Funders for LGBTQ Issues.

For additional information about EJAF’s rankings, please read Funders for LGBTQ Issues latest report tracking domestic and international philanthropic investments in LGBTQ communities made during 2015.  We are proud that EJAF’s work continues to be recognized by funder affinity groups like Funders for LGBTQ Issues that evaluate the investments of grant makers and other philanthropic institutions.

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LGBTQ people remain among the most at risk populations for HIV in the United States. EJAF is committed to ending HIV by supporting individuals and communities most affected by the disease and eliminating all barriers standing between people and quality HIV treatment. Accordingly, we will continue to support LGBTQ communities working to end the epidemic once and for all.

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