AIDS Benefit Foundation of South Carolina Grant Program

The ABFSC Grant program is no longer accepting applications for the 2017 grant year. We will review the grants request received and notify the recipients prior to the beginning of 2018. Thank you for your submissions. We will be accepting grant proposals again next October 1, 2018 if you missed out this year.

2016 Current Grant Recipients

Acercamiento Hispano de Carolina del Sur – Our mission is to preserve the dignity, promote the well being and improve the quality of life of the Hispanic Latino community of South Carolina.

Columbia Oral Health Clinic – The COHC mission is to ensure access to high quality oral health care services for adults living with HIV/AIDS, as well as, the homeless and those persons who are uninsured and underinsured that meet our admissions criteria. Our purpose is to disseminate state of the art treatment, oral health information, patient advocacy, and educate patients of the importance of at-home oral health care.

Palmetto AIDS Life Support Services – PALSS was formed in 1985 to help South Carolinians fight the war against AIDS. We offer Free services to people who have been diagnosed with or are at risk of contracting HIV/AIDS, and we also work with their loved ones.

SC HIV/AIDS Council – Our vision includes strategies to address the needs of those who are affected by HIV. It is our belief that these members must be supported emotionally, mentally, and financially, when possible. These individuals are immediate and extended family members, friends, and lovers who love and care for persons living with HIV.

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