Find out everything you need to know about Gilead COMPASS Initiative® Coordinating Center opportunities and the work we are doing to address the HIV epidemic in the South with a few of our most commonly asked questions.
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Currently, the Coordinating Centers will target their work across the nine-state Deep South region – Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas – providing community grants, shared learning opportunities, and trainings to organizations in the region. To be eligible for the different types of community investments, organizations must be located in and doing work in one of the nine Deep South states and be a non-profit, tax-exempt organization as set forth in section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. If your organization does not hold 501(c)(3) status, you must have a fiscal sponsor to apply.
If you do not see the specific training that you are looking for, please contact us with a description of the training your organization would like to request and we will assess whether or not we can meet that need, or refer you to another organization outside of the Gilead COMPASS Initiative® that can assist with that specific request.
You can apply for trainings, grants, and shared learning opportunities electronically through our website by clicking the “Apply” button at the top right-hand corner of the navigation bar. At this time, we do not accept applications by email, phone, or mail.
Yes! However, you may only apply for ONE Transformative Grant per grant cycle.
You can find a multitude of national and local HIV services and locators within our Tools & Resources (Maps & Infographics, Helpful Links). Use our partner, AIDSVu, to find HIV testing, care, and prevention services. We also welcome individuals to join in the collaboration and conversation through our Gilead COMPASS Initiative® Community Portal. Subscribe for future updates about additional resources and geospatial information about the HIV epidemic in the South.
Subscribe for email updates about the work the Gilead COMPASS Initiative® is doing in the South, for new community investment and funding announcements, and to find out about new features available on our website and in the COMPASS Community Portal.
Find out more about upcoming Gilead COMPASS Initiative® events, as well as events from local community organizations across the South and national conferences that may be of interest on our events calendar. If you would like to submit a public event to be shared on our calendar, you can do so here.