The AIDS Fund provides an ongoing source of support for programs aimed at preventing the spread of HIV/AIDS and for care and treatment for those who have been infected. The fund supports programs in Wisconsin, primarily in the greater Milwaukee area.

Since its inception in 1988, the AIDS Fund has awarded more than $3 million for HIV/AIDS awareness, education and prevention programs to organizations throughout the state. Grants have supported needle exchange, HIV testing and counseling and support groups for LGBT youth.

2015 Deadlines

Oct. 16


Application available online

Nov. 13


Deadline to submit application (Current AIDS Fund grantees must also submit a progress report.)

Dec. 9 


Review of applications by grants advisory committee

Dec. 16


Grant award notification

How to apply

First time applicants must first create an organizational profile before receiving access to the grant application. Not to be confused with the application itself, the profile provides necessary general information about your agency that is not contained in the grant application.

Grant materials

AIDS Fund grant guidelines

Preview of application questions

Budget instructions (PDF)

Required attachments

  • Most recent 990
  • Year to date income and expense statement and balance sheet
  • Most recent audited financial statement and notes
  • Grant evaluation plan (.doc)

Grants Portal Access

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For questions about the application process, contact Janel Hines.