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One of the foremost independent AIDS charities in the world.

One of the foremost independent AIDS charities in the world.


We fund frontline programmes that help to alleviate the pain - whether physical, emotional or financial - of those living with, affected by or at risk of HIV/AIDS, and to continue the fight against this worldwide pandemic so that no one is left behind.


Today, we have the tools to contain and reduce the spread of HIV. Yet worldwide almost 1 million people died of AIDS last year. In certain groups the scale of the epidemic is actually growing, due to a lack of access to tools and services, driven by stigma and discrimination.

Vulnerable groups are marginalised and isolated by their own governments, communities and families. More young people are dying than ever before.
We believe that AIDS can be beaten and that no one should be left behind.

We've created a report showing our progress towards one aim: creating an AIDS free future. Click below to find out more.

Our Reason for Being


Because of our support, 235,000 adolescents received a HIV test during 2018


More patients linked to treatment programmes in 2018 because of our support

11.5 m

Number of people reached via our programmes globally since 2010

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Elton John AIDS Foundation
1 Blythe Road
London, W14 0HG
United Kingdom


+44 (0) 20 7603 9996


+44 (0) 20 7348 4848

Office Hours

10:00am – 18:00pm GMT
Monday – Friday


Following the integration of our US and UK Foundations and the establishment of a new global grant making strategy, we are currently in the process of developing new guidelines around future funding opportunities for applicants. Announcements on new funding rounds – including key dates and details on how to apply to the Foundation – will be posted on our website and on our social media channels in due course. For information on previous grant opportunities, click here.



Elton John AIDS Foundation has a zero tolerance approach to malpractice and misconduct and we take all reports seriously. We are committed to providing a clear and straightforward reporting system and we handle all information relating to malpractice and misconduct appropriately and responsibly. Malpractice and misconduct could be criminal, financial, sexual or HR-related and it can be brought to our attention by anybody. Anyone with any concerns regarding malpractice or misconduct should contact Cases will be referred to the appropriate team to investigate. When reporting suspected malpractice or misconduct, please include as much detail as possible, including:

• What occurred?

• When and where did it occur?

• Who was involved (including name, position and organisation)?

Any information received will be treated in confidence, in line with our Whistleblowing policy, and the situation will be investigated thoroughly and fairly. We will inform the complainant of the outcome of the investigation and any actions proposed.


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