At the Elton John AIDS Foundation, we believe that AIDS can be beaten. Committed to overcoming the stigma, discrimination and neglect that fuels the spread of HIV, we harness local expertise, and mobilise networks of generous public and private supporters and partners, to build love, compassion and dignity for people living with or at risk of HIV and a future for young people free from AIDS. We meet people and communities where they are to prevent new infections and ensure access to care, treatment, and support.
Since its founding in 1992, the Foundation has pursued its vision of an AIDS free future for everyone, emerging globally and in the United States as one of the foremost organizations fighting HIV and AIDS. Today, the opportunity to end AIDS amongst certain populations and geographical areas is achievable and will require working together to eliminate social, economic and health disparities while ensuring equity and inclusion for all. At the beginning of 2020, we began an ambitious 5-year strategic plan to further our vision and expand our staff and resources.
The Foundation is supported by a staff of 28, operating out of offices in London and New York. It is essential that our team is made up of individuals who share our passion for the important life changing work that we do.