Grant Amount: Organizations selected for this funding may receive up to $9,000.
In order to use new media effectively, organizations need to develop communications plans to guide their efforts. To support that critical planning process—and the goals of the DGS—John Snow, Inc. (JSI) is pleased to announce a new funding opportunity.
The purpose of these microfunds is to support new media/communications planning, and to help the HIV/AIDS service community to move toward the DGS goal of making information available “anywhere, any place, and any time.”
The activities the applicant proposes should help the organization and community produce a plan to use new media as a means of expanding his/her work. This may involve implementing a new plan or augmenting an existing plan. Examples of HIV new media activities that can be funded include (but are not limited to):
Expanding his/her current new media plans or strategies, Planning and coordinating meetings to develop a new media/communications strategy for his/her organization or community, Providing technical support to implement a new media project or campaign, New media training and support, Evaluating a current new media project.
Examples of activities that will not be funded include: direct clinical treatment and purchasing of equipment, such as computers, conference travel, or mobile phones.
John Snow Incorporated Research & Training Institute Incorporated
Fund Location Note
Funding is available to HIV/AIDS organizations providing services to communities of color and other minority groups located in the 50 states, the six U.S.-Affiliated Pacific Island Jurisdictions, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
City Agencies Colleges/Universities Community Based Organizations County Agencies Nonprofit Organizations Professional Organizations Religious Organizations State Agencies Tribal Organizations
Number of Awards Given
Up to 8 awards
Award Amount Notes
Funding is available for up to eight national or local HIV/AIDS organizations to assist, stimulate, or support using new media to help expand the reach of HIV prevention, testing, treatment, and care activities. Organizations selected for this funding may receive up to $9,000.
Application Due Date
Project Start Date
You will have until September 30, 2013 to complete your project. You must submit your
final report to JSI by October 15, 2013.
Communication Factors Health Care Programs/Services HIV Testing HIV/AIDS Prevention Information Dissemination Program Development Program Evaluation Program Management
At Risk Persons Minorities Persons with HIV/AIDS
You should submit your application online at http://bit.ly/microfund13. The online form is the only application that will be accepted.
For technical difficulties, please e-mail email@example.com for assistance.
There is a strict character limit to the length of responses in order to keep the application brief and targeted to the program goals.
The applicant will receive an e-mail confirmation for the submission. If the applicant does not receive a confirmation within 24 hours, it is applicant's responsibility to e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire if the application was received.
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