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Robert Key Memorial Fund
Open to organisations that can demonstrate an immediate, tangible benefit for individuals living with HIV
In memory of Robert Key MBE (1947-2009), who co-founded with Sir Elton the UK arm of the Elton John AIDS Foundation.
Robert was the first Executive Director of the Foundation. He had a personal mission to provide support to individuals who had no access to treatment or were shunned and shamed because of their links to HIV.
Robert’s compassion guided the Foundation’s work as it grew across the world and made sure that people who are living with HIV are at the centre of what we do.
After his untimely death, a Fund was established in his memory to support projects that can demonstrate an immediate, tangible benefit for individuals living with HIV.
Thank you for your interest in applying to the Robert Key Memorial Fund.
Whilst we develop a new global grant making strategy, we are not currently accepting any new Concept Notes for the fund.
Applicants who have begun completing a Concept Note (but have not yet submitted) will still be able to submit their proposal online.
Please check back for further announcements on the fund in 2019.
These are grants which drive momentum towards an AIDS free future because they have the potential to have an impact on large numbers of people
These are grants which drive momentum towards an AIDS free future because they have the potential to have an impact on large numbers of people.
Support Grants will be targeted at groups within the general population who we have long been invested in, namely vulnerable girls, women and children. They must fulfil the following criteria: