We are committed to supporting community organizations in the U.S. that work to address disparities and close gaps in care for those most affected by HIV. Together, we aim to provide organizations with grants to reach those not currently benefitting from existing HIV support services or programs.

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Positive Action Community Grants

Through Positive Action Community Grants (PACG), ViiV Healthcare supports community-led efforts to increase engagement in prevention and care, address stigma, and build trust in HIV care among communities most disproportionately impacted by HIV. Organizations applying to PACG may request funding for general operating support, or project support.

Beginning this year, ViiV Healthcare’s process for sponsoring events changed. We are no longer accepting applications for sponsorships through grants and are not accepting unsolicited requests for sponsorship support at this time. If we have interest in sponsoring an event, we will reach out to the appropriate event organizer. This new way forward will simplify and streamline the process for ViiV sponsored events.

We remain committed and engaged in supporting community activities that work to address disparities and close gaps in care for those most affected by HIV.

The 2024 funding cycle of Positive Action Grants is now open for general operating support and project support proposals from organizations based in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. The deadline for multiyear proposals is March 8, 2024.

For more information download the request for proposal here.

Click here to access the online grantee portal.

All questions and inquiries should be directed to the ViiV Healthcare Help Desk at viiv@tccgrp.com

We thank you for your interest and for all you do on behalf of people living with HIV.


Through our Positive Action for Women program, we are committed to breaking down isolation and stigma to improve access to networks of care for women of color living with and affect by HIV.

Through our Positive Action Southern Initiative program, we are committed to expanding and enhancing community-based linkage to care services and adherence to treatment for people living with and affected by HIV in the Southern US.

Through the accelerate Initiative, ViiV Healthcare supports place-based, community-driven activities that strengthen the health and well-being of Black men who have sex with men.