elizabeth-taylor

“It’s bad enough that people are dying of AIDS, but no one should die of ignorance.”

- ELIZABETH TAYLOR

RibbonsAndRoses

Ribbons and Roses
By Catherine Opie

Mothers

Mothers Helping
Mothers with HIV
in Africa

gaia

GAIA/Elizabeth Taylor
Mobile Health Clinic
in Malawi

flowers

The AIDS Ribbon

tattoo

Quinn Tivey Takes
a Photographic Journey
to Examine His
Grandmother’s Legacy

Get-Tested

Elizabeth Taylor’s legacy of humanitarian service and commitment to fighting AIDS lives on through
The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation (ETAF)

care

DIRECT CARE

ETAF supports organizations delivering direct care and services to people living with HIV and AIDS, often to the most marginalized populations in need.

prevention

PREVENTION

ETAF provides funding for HIV prevention education programs throughout the world.

advocacy

ADVOCACY

ETAF supports programs that continue Elizabeth Taylor’s legacy of advocacy to advance funding for HIV and AIDS policies.

innovation

INNOVATION

ETAF supports existing organizations that create new and innovative programs and techniques that help spread awareness of HIV prevention and treatment to targeted communities.

The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation’s operating costs are paid by Ms. Taylor’s Trust; therefore, 100% of every dollar donated goes directly to helping people affected by HIV/AIDS

NEWS

GRANTS

Since its inception, The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation has provided more than $17,000,000 in funding to organizations to help prevent the spread of HIV and to provide direct care and assistance to those affected by the disease


Grants 2015

 

This short film STILL FIGHTING is narrated by Colin Farrell and serves as a call to action and raises awareness that the global fight against HIV/AIDS is far from over. Directed and produced by Adam Shankman and mOcean, the film includes music donated by Katy Perry, Coldplay, the Michael Jackson Estate, and One Republic.

HISTORY

To date ETAF has granted $17 million to more than 675 organizations in 44 countries and 42 states in the U.S.

1980’s

1990’s

2000’s

2010’s

PARTNERS

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