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1 2FromtheBoardChair3FromthePresident3Highlights52012Grantees18Financials20AIDSUnitedDonorsandSupporters22PublicPolicyCommitteeMembers24BoardofTrustees25AIDSUnitedStaff26 3WhentheNationalAIDSFundandAIDSActioncametogethertoformAIDSUnitedattheendof2010weknewwewereontosomethingauspicious.WeknewthatwewerecreatinganewkindofHIVorganizationthatwasuniquelypositionedtohelpendtheepidemicintheUnitedStates.AttheconclusionofoursecondyearofoperationswenowknowwewererightByunitingthestrengthofcommunity-drivenstrategicgrantmakingandcapacity-buildingwiththepowerofnationalandregionaladvocacyweareabletohaveourgrantmakinginformedbyHIVpolicyprioritieswhilehavingourpolicyeffortsinformedbywhatishappeningonthegroundinourgranteescommunities.IhaveservedandcontinuetoserveonseveralHIV-focusedcoalitionsincludingthePresidentialAdvisoryCouncilonHIVAIDSPACHA.ItisanhonortoserveasAIDSUnitedsrstelectedChairoftheBoardofTrusteesandtohavewatchedtheorganizationgrowandevolvethankstoanoutstandingandtalentedstafftheleadershipofadiversededicatedBoardthesupportofgenerousandengagedfundingpartnersandthankstothehardworkinnovationandtenacityofourgranteesandadvo-catesintheeld.Tobesurewehavefacedsomesignicantchallenges.Butwehavebeenagileandadaptableinresponsetothosechallenges.WiththeleadershipofournewPresidentMichaelJ.Kaplanandwithyoursupportwecontinuetobecomeevenstrongerasourorganizationmatures.Whetheragranteeapublicorpri-vatesectorfunderadvocateorpartneryourafliationwithAIDSUnitedhelpsmakeusthebestwecanbe.AndwithyoustandingwithuswelookforwardtobecomingevenbetterinourmissiontoendtheHIVAIDSepidemicinAmerica.InsolidarityandwithgratitudeDouglasM.BrooksChairBoardofTrusteesFromtheBoardChair 4December12012wasabigdayforme.NotonlywasitWorldAIDSDaybutitwasmyrstfulldayasthePresidentandCEOofAIDSUnited.Formethedaywaslledwithhopeexcitementfearandsadness.AftermorethantwentyyearsoflivinglifeasanoutHIV-positivegaymanIwasthrilledwiththeopportunitytotakethehelmofAIDSUnitedattheverytimeinourhistorywhenItrulybelievethemissionofAIDSUnitedcanbeachievedthatwecanendAIDSintheUnitedStates.Therewillbechallengesfororganizationsandforthemovementaswenavigatehealthreformchangesinfundingstreamsandaskthehardquestionsthatensureourresourcesaremoststra-tegicallyfocusedtoachieveresults.AtAIDSUnitedwedealtheadonwithsomeofthesechangesalreadyintheendof2012asthePositiveChargeInitiativeathree-yearmulti-millioninvestmentfromBMScametoanend.WhileitsnevereasywemadethenecessarychangestocontinuetoensureAIDSUnitedwouldnotjustsurvivebutwouldcontinuetobeastrategicleaderfocusedonendingAIDSintheUnitedStates.Duringthelastquarterof2012whilestreamliningourstafngimprovingefcienciesandreducingadministrativeanddevelopmentexpenditureswesustainedourdriveforresults.Webolsteredoureffortsinpolicyandcontinuetodeploysubstantialfundingtotheeldandmanageprogramsthatdelivermeasurableresults.AtatimewhenthescienceofTreatmentasPreventionhasalignedwiththepromiseoftheAffordableCareActAIDSUnitedused2012torealignresourcesandensureinvestmentsweremadewheretheycouldleveragethegreatestresults.In2012withyoursupportAIDSUnitedgaveoutmorethan7millioningrantsandleveragedmillionsmoretosupportlocalorganizationsworkingtogethertoendHIVAIDS.WiththatsupportourgranteeshavehelpedgetthousandsofpeopleintoandstayintheHIVcarethattheyneednotonlyimprovinghealthoutcomesforindividu-alslivingwithHIVbutshowingthepathtowardshowtreatmentaspreventioncanstopnewinfections.Ourgranteeshavedistributedhundredsofthousandsofsterilesyringestoinjectiondruguserstohelpstopthespreadofthedisease.Theyveorganizedintheircommunitiesaroundkeyissuesandhelpedimpactstateandnationalpolicy.Toallofourpartnersfundersandgranteespolicymakersandadvocateswesaythankyou.Youmakeourworkpossible.Yourencouragement.Yourmoralsupport.Yourgenerousdonations.AndmostimportantlyyourunwaveringbeliefthattogetherwecanandwewillendtheAIDSepidemicintheUnitedStates.IngratitudeMichaelJKaplanPresidentCEOFromthePresident 5Highlights 6AccesstoCareA2CAIDSUnitedsmulti-sponsoredAccesstoCareA2CinitiativewascreatedtoincreasetheaccesstoandretentionineffectiveHIVhealthcareandsupportservicesbypeoplelivingwithHIVAIDS.A2ChasaparticularemphasisonthoselivinginpovertywhoknowtheirHIVstatusbutarenotreceivingHIV-speciccareorsupport.In2012withsupportoftheSocialInnovationFundSIFandadozenprivatematchingfundersA2Csupported10innovativepublic-privatepartnershipstoimproveindividualhealthoutcomesandstrengthenlocalservicesystemsforpeoplelivingwithHIVAIDS.ThroughauniquepublicinvestmentfromtheCorporationforNationalandCommunityServicesSocialInnovationFundmatchedbyprivatedollarsA2Cislargestpublic-privateinvestmentinAccesstoCareinthenation.FundsarematcheddollarfordollarbyAIDSUnitedthroughadiversepoolofprivatesectorfundersfromsocialjusticephilanthropypharmaceuticalcompaniesandcorporatesponsors.Forthesediversepartnerstocometogetherandmatchalargepublicinvestmenthasbeenextraordinary.AIDSUnitedgranteesthenmatchtheirgrantsdollarfordollaratthelocallevelfurtherincreasingthediversityoffundsforlife-savingHIVAIDSprograms.Theground-breakingnationalevaluationledbyDrs.DavidHoltgraveandCathyMaulsbyofJohnsHopkinsUniversityisbeginningtorevealcross-cuttingndingsfortheeldaboutthepositiveimpacttheseprogramshaveonimprovingaccesstocare.Nearly5400peoplehavebeenenrolledintoHIVcarefromthepopulationsmostimpactedbytheepidemic.WearestartingtoseehigherCD4countsanddecreasedviralloadsandareseeingthatclientsservedbytheseprogramsareworkingtowardself-sufciencythroughtreatmentadherencejobtraininghousingstabilizationandpeersupport.ForacompletelistofAIDSUnitedsAccesstoCareprojectsclickhere.RetentioninCareInAugust2012AIDSUnitedlaunchedamulti-yearpartnershipwiththeMACAIDSFundtoaddresstheintractablebarriersthatpreventnearlyfouroutofveHIVpeopletostayonconsistenttreatment.Sevencommunity-basedorganizationswereselectedinDecember2012.LikeAccesstoCareamulti-prongedevaluationapproachledbytheteamatJohnsHopkinsUniversityisanessentialcomponenttothisprogram. 7PEOPLEHAVEBEENENROLLEDINHIVCAREFROMTHEPOPULATIONSMOSTIMPACTEDBYTHEEPIDEMIC 8AmeriCorpsAstherstandbroadest-reachingnationalAmeriCorpsprogramfocusingspecicallyonHIVpreventionandcaretheAIDSUnitedAmeriCorpsProgramdeliversvitalresourceswhiletrainingthenextgenerationofAIDSleaders.AIDSUniteds2011-2012AmeriCorpsmembersconcludedtheirserviceyearinJune2012.These54memberscompletedtensofthousandsofservicehoursinsevencommunitiestoaddresstheneedsofpeoplelivingwithoratriskforHIVAIDS.Duetofederalfundingchangestherewasayear-longhiatusandwedidnothaveanAmeriCorpsserviceyearin2012-2013.Howeverthe2013-2014serviceyearisalreadyinanexcitingplaceforrecruitmentofanother54memberstoserveournationscommunities.CommunityPartnershipsSince1987theCommunityPartnershipChallengeGrantsprogramhasprovidedtheopportunityforcommunitiestoidentifylocally-responsiveneedsintheircommunitiesandaddressthem.InadditiontheChallengeGrantsprogramhasbeenauniquemodelthatleveragesadditionallocaldollarsforcommunity-drivenHIVpreventionandcareprogramsoftenwhichwouldhavenotbeenavailablewithoutthenationalinvestment.In2012EltonJohnAIDSFoundationinvested420000inChallengeGrantsto19activeCommunityPartnerships.Thosegrantswerematchedatalocallevelresultinginagrantmakingpoolof3.6MthatisdirectedbylocalpartnerstosupportcommunityprojectsinHIVpreventioncareandadvocacy.UpperrightAmericorpsTeamNewMexico 9ELTONJOHNAIDSFOUNDATIONS420000INVESTMENTINCHALLENGEGRANTSTO19COMMUNITYPARTNERSHIPSBECAME3.6MILLIONFORCRITICALHIVSERVICES 10IN7YEARSGENERATIONSSERVEDOVER3500WOMENANDGIRLSATHIGHRISKFORCONTRACTINGHIV 11GENERATIONSStrengtheningWomenandFamiliesAffectedbyHIVAIDSTheGENERATIONSinitiativebeganin2005withfundingfromJohnsonJohnsonandacommitmenttoservingat-riskpopulationsofwomenofcolorandbuildingcommunity-basedorganizationscapacity.Throughauniquecommunity-sciencepartnershipmodelorganizationsworkedwithpreventionscientistsattheSanFranciscoStateUniversityHealthEquityInstitutetoadaptevidence-basedHIV-preventionprogramsordeveloptheirown.Localevaluatorswereidentiedtomeasureprogressandbuildlocalcapacityforevaluationandmeasurement.Aftersevensuccessfulyearsandthree28-monthcohortsthatservedover3500womenandgirlsathighriskforcontractingHIVtheGENERATIONSprogramcametoanendinAugust2012.Twenty-oneorganizationsfromdiversecommunitiesandgeographicareasbenetedfromcashgrantsspecializedtechnicalassistanceandlocalevaluationtoadaptevidence-basedprogramsforwomenandgirls.AreasoftheUnitedStatesincludedAlabamaAtlantaDetroitOaklandPuertoRicoandWashingtonDC.CommunitiesservedincludedincarceratedwomenChinese-AmericansexworkersandAfricanAmericancosmetologystu-dents.Thisinitiativehashadanimpactatalllevelsbuildingorganizationalcapacitystrengtheningstaffskillsandbehavioralimpactonwomenandgirlsserved.InthethirdandnalcohortofGENERATIONSgranteesthewomenservedacrossthesixsitesdemonstratedstatisticallysignicanteffectsincludingincreasedHIVtestingincreasedcondomuseduringvaginalandanalsexanddecreaseinnumberofunprotectedsexactswithmainmalepartners.UpperleftGENERATIONS 12m2MPowerThankstoanewcooperativeagreementwiththeCentersforDiseaseCon-trolandPreventionCDCinSeptember2012AIDSUnitedlaunchedtherstphaseofourcomprehensivem2MPowerinitiativedesignedtoreachwhattheCDCcallsthepopulationmostseverelyaffectedbyHIVwithtargetedcapac-ity-buildingsupportaccesstocareprogramsandpolicyadvocacyactivities.TheannouncementofthisnewinitiativecameonNationalGayMensHIVAIDSAwarenessDayNGMHAADadayofobservancethatencouragesallmenwhohavesexwithmentotakeresponsibilitytoknowtheirstatustopreventHIVtransmissionthroughsafersexpracticesandforthosewhoarepositivetoseekandstayinlife-savingcare.Theprimarygoaloftherstphaseofm2MPowersupportedthroughAIDSUnitedscooperativeagreementwiththeCDCistoensurethatHIVisapriorityforkeynon-HIVfocusedorganizationsservingyounggayandbisexualmenandothermenwhohavesexwithmenMSM.HighlightingtheEpidemicintheU.S.SouthSouthernREACHRegionalExpansionofAccessandCapacitytoAddressHIVAIDSAIDSUnitedsmaintainsasteadfastcommitmenttoendingtheHIVepidemicinthedisproportionatelyaffectedU.S.South.Duringthe2011-12grantperiodAIDSUnitedAUawarded29grantstoorga-nizationslocatednineSouthernstatesintheREACHcatchmentareaAla-bamaArkansasGeorgiaLouisianaMississippiNorthCarolinaSouthCaro-linaTennesseeandNorthernFlorida.OurgranteesmadesignicantchangesineducatingdecisionmakersandmobilizinggrassrootsactiviststoendHIVAIDSintheSouth.Theorganizationsworkedwiththemostvulnerablepopula-tionsofpersonslivingwithorat-riskofHIVAIDStoraisethelevelofaware-nessofpolicesandlawsthatmakeaccessingcareandpreventionprogramsachallengeintheSouthespeciallythoseaddressingadvocacyneedsrelatedtotheLatinocommunityandissuesrelatedtoaccesstojusticelawreform.SouthernREACHhasbeenapartnershipwiththeFordFoundationsince2007.DelegationofPrivateSectorFunderstotheU.S.SouthInadditiontosupportingtheworkofSouthernREACHgranteesAIDSUnitedwiththeFordFoundationandBristolMyers-SquibbconvenedasmalldelegationofprivatesectorfunderstoseetheimpactofHIVontheregionandtolearnmoreabouttheinnovativeresponsestoepidemicthatourgranteesandstakeholdershavedevelopedwithAIDSUnitedsupport. 13AIDSUNITEDsSOUTHERNREACHINITIATIVEPROVIDEDNEARLY1.4MILLIONINGRANTSUPPORTTO29ORGANIZATIONSINNINESOUTHERNSTATESAlabamaArkansasGeorgiaLouisianaMississippiNorthCarolinaSouthCarolinaTennesseeandNorthernFlorida. 14CongressionalRoundtablesAIDSUnitedalsospearheadedeffortstoraiseawarenessofelectedofcialsofthegrowingHIVAIDScrisisinU.S.SouthholdingtwoCongressionalRoundtablesinJuneonefortheHouseofRepresentativeandonefortheSenate.WithbipartisansupportonboththeHouseandSenatesidesfromCongressionalCo-SponsorsandincoordinationwithourpartnersintheSouthincludingREACHgranteestheSouthernAIDSStrategyInitiativeandtheSouthernAIDSCoalitionwewereabletoeducateCongressandtheirstaffaboutthedisproportionateimpactofepidemicintheSouth.FormoreinformationabouttheCongressionalRoundtablesonHIVintheU.S.Southclickhere.SuccessfulCollaborationsPuertoRicoFundersCollaborativeAIDSUnitedsPuertoRicoFundersCollaborativemadeupoftheEltonJohnAIDSFoundationJohnsonJohnsonMACAIDSFundandH.VanAmeringenFoundationsupportedsixessentialandinnovativeHIVpreventionprograms.AUreceived19proposalsthelargestapplicantpoolinthehistoryofthepro-gramwithrequestsfornearly600000ofsupport.Withonlyaboutaquarterofthatamountinthefundingpoolafterrigorousreviewthereviewcommit-teechosetofundsixorganizationstosupportprogramsreachingyouthmenwhohavesexwithmenMSMhomelessandinjectiondrugusingpopulations.AIDSUnitedalsocultivatedaLeadershipAdvisoryGroupinPuertoRicomadeupofleadersofseveralcommunity-basedorganizationsandacademiaTheGroupprovidesfeedbackandguidancefromalocalperspectivetoAIDSUnitedstaffaboutstrategicprogrammaticandpolicyadvocacydirectionandishelpingtoconceptualizeanAIDSLeadershipInstituteinPuertoRicotobeimplementedinearly2014.SyringeAccessFundTheSyringeAccessFundSAFisacollaborativefundinginitiativeoftheEltonJohnAIDSFoundationIreneDiamondFundLeviStraussFoundationOpenSocietyFoundationsandAIDSUnited.AIDSUnitedservesasanadministratorfortheSAFresourcesandtechnicalassistance.Since2004theSAFhasawardedmorethan10milliontosyringeexchangeprogramsandrelatedpublicpolicyactivities.ThegoalsoftheSyringeAccessFundgrantsareto1ensuretheaccessandavailabilityofsterilesyringestoIDUsresidingthecountryscommunitiesmostaffectedbyHIVandotherbloodbornediseasestopreventthespread 15ofthesediseasesand2promoteeducationandawarenessamongkeydecision-makerstoinformnationalandstatepolicyaroundsyringeservicesprogramsSSPs.Allactivitiesarerootedintheoverwhelmingscienticevidenceconclusivelydemonstratingthattheseprogramshelppreventinfectionbyreducingthere-useandcirculationofinjectingequipmentwithoutincreasingdruguse.In2012theSyringeAccessFundSAFawarded55grantstotaling1.98millionfortheRoundSevengrantcyclewhichrunsthrough2013.Millionsofsyringeswereexchangedtohundredsofthousandsofunduplicatedindividualsbysyringeexchangeprogramsaroundthenation.Keypolicywinsduring2012includedamongothersAmajorvictoryforHIVAIDSpreventioninNewJerseythesigningintolawoflegislationtoallowpharmaciestosellsyringestoadultswithoutaprescription.NorthCarolinaRepublicanlawmakerssupportofapartialsyringedecrim-inalizationbillanda911GoodSamaritanNaloxoneAccesslawandacommitmentfromthemtointroduceabillinthe2013duringtheNCLongSession.PolicyAdvocacyAIDSUnitedadvocatesforpeoplelivingwithoraffectedbyHIVAIDSandtheorganizationsthatservethem.AIDSUnitedhousesthemostseasonedconnectedandrespecteddomesticAIDSpolicyteaminWashingtonDCwhichhasbeeninstrumentalinthedevelopmentandimplementationofmajorpublichealthpoliciesthatimprovethequalityoflifeforthoselivingwithandaffectedbyHIVAIDSIn2012AIDSUnitedworkedtofocusattentiononHIVduringthepresidentialelectionbycreatingcommunityeventsattractingdelegatesoftheRepublicanandDemocraticNationalConventionsinTampaandCharlotte.EacheventfeaturedpanelsoflocalandnationalHIVleaderswhohighlightedtheimpactoftheongoingepidemicintheUnitedStates.AIDSUnitedcontinuedtoleadeffortstoensurethattheRyanWhiteProgramiswellintegratedintotheMedicaidexpansionandhealthinsurancemarketplacesbeingcreatedbytheAffordableCareAct.In2012wetookastrongstandagainstlawsthattargetpeoplelivingwithHIVandcriminalprosecutionsofpeoplelivingwithHIV.Suchlawsandprosecu-tionsoftenbasedinwildlyout-of-dateunderstandingofHIVhaveresulted 16inunjustsentencesandoftencriminalizeconductthatposeslittleornosignicantriskofHIVtransmissiontherebycreatingastrongbarriertoHIVtestingandreinforcingHIVstigma.AIDSUnitedalsoledeffortstoendthebanontheuseoffederalfundsforsyringeexchange.EightfederallyfundedcomprehensivescienticreviewshaveestablishedthatsyringeservicesprogramswhenimplementedaspartofacomprehensiveHIVAIDSpreventionstrategyareaneffectiveHIVpreventioninterventionanddonotpromotedruguse.OuradvocacyworkwiththefederalbudgetandappropriationsprocesshelpedyieldsmallincreasesoratfundingfordomesticHIVprogramswhichcanbeconsideredasuccessinachallengingandcontentiousfundingenvironment.OurregionalorganizingintheMid-AtlanticdeepSouthandtheArkansasLouisianaTexasOklahomaareashelpedtomobilizeadvocacytowardsMedicaidexpansioninthosestatesopposingitespeciallyfollowingtheSupremeCourtsdecisionontheAffordableCareAct.2012InternationalAIDSConferenceTheInternationalAIDSConferencethattookplaceWashingtonD.C.inJuly2012presentedAIDSUnitedtheuniqueopportunitytotakeanunprecedentedleadinhighlightingtheHIVepidemicintheUnitedStatesandforAIDSUnitedgranteesfromalloverthecountrytopresentinformationonhowtheirAIDSUnited-supportedprojectswereaddressingtheepidemiconthegroundwiththedisproportionatelyimpactedpopulationsintheirrespectivecommunities.AIDSUnitedSeniorVicePresidentVignettaCharlessatonaprestigiouspanelthatincludedU.S.SurgeonGeneralDr.ReginaBenjaminNationalInstituteofAllergyandInfectiousDiseasesDirectorDr.AnthonyFauciandotherHIVcommunityleaders.AIDSUnitedseniorstaffparticipatedinnumerouspan-elsreceptionsandothereventsthataddressedHIVandMSMPublic-PrivatePartnershipsHIVPolicyandAdvocacyandAccesstoCare.AIDSUnitedgranteesrepresentedtheGENERATIONSSouthernREACHandAccesstoCareinitiativesinnumerousposterpresentationspanelpre-sentationsspecialsessionsandsatellitesessions.AIDSUnitedPolicyStaffcreatedaDo-it-YourselfLegislativeVisittoolkitforconferencedelegatesthatincludedanabundanceofstep-by-stephow-tovideosfactsheetsandothermaterialspackagedinanindepthPrezipresentation.StaffthenconductedinpersontrainingsessionsthroughouttheconferenceintheGlobalVillageforconferenceparticipantstofurthereducatethemaboutmakingvisitswithMembersofCongresswhiletheywereinDCoraftertheirlegislatorsreturnedtotheirdistricts. 17AIDSUnitedcontinuedtoleadeffortstoensurethattheRyanWhiteProgramiswellintegratedintotheMedicaidexpansionandhealthinsurancemarketplacesbeingcreatedbytheAffordableCareActAIDSUNITEDCONTINUEDTOLEADEFFORTSTOENSURETHATTHERYANWHITEPROGRAMISWELLINTEGRATEDINTOTHEMEDICAIDEXPANSIONANDHEALTHINSURANCEMARKETPLACESBEINGCREATEDBYTHEAFFORDABLECAREACT 18SouthernREACHAccesstoCarePositiveChargeAccesstoCareSocialInnovationFundGENERATIONS2012GranteesTotalGrantmaking7171018.22ThechartbelowrepresentsallofAIDSUnitedsdirectgranteeorganizationin2012andtheprograminitiativeforwhichthegranteeorganizationreceivessupport.AIDSUnitedisproudtosupportgranteesformultiplegrantmakinginitiativesthatreachtargetpopulationsmostimpactedbytheepidemicintheUnitedStates.CommunityPartnershipsChallengeGrantsProgramPuertoRicoFundersCollaborativeSyringeAccessFundABraveNewDayAcadianaCARESACCESSNetworkInc.TheAIDSActionCommitteeofMassachusettsAIDSAlabamaAIDSFoundationofChicagoAIDSProjectLosAngelesamfARAmidaCareBirminghamAIDSOutreachBorderAIDSPartnershipBrowardRegionalHealthPlanningCouncilCARESInc.CareteamInc.CatawbaCareChicanoFederationofSanDiegoCountyInc.ChristiesPlaceCollaborativeSolutionsCommunityFoundationforGreaterAtlantaInc.CommunityFoundationofNewJerseyDukeUniversityEqualityFoundationofGeorgiaFamilyPlanningAssociationofPuertoRicoFriendsforLifeCorporation 19GreaterMilwaukeeFoundationInc.HarmReductionCoalitionHealingBALMoNortheastFloridaHealthEquityInstituteSanFranciscoStateUniversityHealthFoundationoGreaterIndianapolisTheHealthPlanningCounciloNortheastFloridaHogarFortalezadelCaidoInc.LegalServicesAlabamaInc.LegalServicesoSouthernPiedmontLivingAectedCorporationLouisianaPublicHealthInstituteMethodistHealthcareFoundationMichiganAIDSCoalitionMigrantHealthCenterInc.MississippiCenterorJusticeMississippiInActionInc.MontgomeryAIDSOutreachNashvilleCARESNationalAIDSEducationServicesNewMexicoCommunityFoundationNewYorkCommunityTrustNOAIDSTaskForceNorthCarolinaAIDSActionNetworkNorthCarolinaHarmReductionCoalitionOkaloosaAIDSSupportInormationalServicePointDefanceAIDSProjectPuertoRicoCommunityNetworkorClinicRAINInc.SaintLouisEortorAIDSInc.SanDiegoHumanDignityFoundationSistemaUniversitarioAnaG.MendezSisterLoveInc.SouthCarolinaHIVAIDSCouncilSouthernAIDSCoalitionTallerSaludInc.Tri-CountyCommunityHealthCouncilInc.UnitedWayoGreaterKansasCityHeartoAmericaUnitedWayVOCALNewYorkformerlyNewYorkCityAIDSHousingNetworkWashingtonAIDSPartnershipWesternNorthCarolinaAIDSProjectWomenWithaVisionInc. 20ASSETSDecember312012December312011CurrentAssetsCashandcashequivalents8872552579621Investments114724394574187Grantsandotherreceivables47232777296754Prepaidexpenses5136434468TOTALCURRENTASSETS1713433514485030FurnitureandEquipmentnetofaccumulateddepreciationof121263and115418respectively533514901Otherassets8028275644Investmentsrestrictedforlong-termpurposes15728231413510TOTALASSETS1879277515989085LIABILITIESANDNETASSETSCurrentLiabilitiesAccountspayableaccruedvacationandotherliabilities388918312261Grantspayable29498603572718Depositsheld1689516002TOTALLIABILITIES33556733900981COMMITMENTNetAssetsUndesignated862681767829Boarddesignated106519645Totalunrestricted873332777474Temporarilyrestricted132045189951378Permanentlyrestricted13592521359252TOTALNETASSETS1543710212088104TOTALLIABILITIESANDNETASSETS1879277515989085StatementsofFinancialPositionDecember312012and2011 21TemporarilyPermanently20122011UnrestrictedRestrictedRestrictedTotalTotalREVENUEANDSUPPORTGrantsandcontributions335476122247291256020513054075Federalgrants300078830007883124095Investmentincome292716235628528344262667In-kindrevenue4166Otherincome123798123798133543Programservicerevenuedues377478377478316398NetassetsreleasedfromrestrictionsSatisfactionofprogramrestrictions1220800512208005TOTALREVENUEANDSUPPORT1333747332531401659061316894944EXPENSESProgramservices120687991206879914383830Fundraising712610712610922475GeneralandadministrativeTOTALEXPENSES127814091278140915306305Realizedlossoninvestments2103221032Unrealizedlossoninvestments12528712528786134Lossondispositionofassets5639Lossduetocancellationofgrant3138873138871564094TOTALEXPENSESANDLOSSES132416151324161516962172ChangeinNetAssets958583253140334899867228NETASSETSBEGINNINGOFYEAR777474995137813592521208810412155332NETASSETSENDOFYEAR8733321320451813592521543710212088104StatementsofActivitiesandChangesinNetAssetsFortheYearEndedDecember312012WithSummarizedFinancialInformationfortheYearEndedDecember312011 22CorporationsFoundationsGovernmentandIndividuals10000003999999Bristol-MyersSquibbCompanyCorporationforNationalandCommunityServiceIreneDiamondFundTheFordFoundationJohnsonJohnsonMACAIDSFund250000999999EltonJohnAIDSFoundationGileadSciencesInc.JanssenTherapeuticsViiVHealthcare100000249999CentersforDiseaseControlandPreventionLeviStraussFoundationOpenSocietyFoundationsAIDSUnitedDonorsandSupportersTheIreneDiamondFund 232500099999AbbottLaboratoriesFundAIDSActionCommitteeAIDSFoundationofChicagoAIDSProjectLosAngelesBroadwayCaresEquityFightsAIDSChevronCorporationFamilyHealthInternationalFHIDevelopment360LLCH.vanAmeringenFoundationJusticeResourceInstituteLegacyCommunityHealthServicesNationalAllianceforHIVEducationWorkforceDevelopmentWalgreensCo.1000024999AIDSResourceCenterofWisconsinCommonHealthActionGMHCLeviStraussCompanyMacysFoundationMillerCoorsLLCOraSureTechnologiesInc.UrbanCoalitionforHIVAIDSPreventionServicesUCHAPS50009999AnonymousAssociationofNursesinAIDSCareJillDeSimoneIBMFoundationLifelongAIDSAllianceNashvilleCARESNewOrleansAIDSTaskForceRoomBoard10004999BAESystemsMatchingGiftsProgramVictorBarnesWilliamCollierCommunityFoundationfortheNationalCapitolRegionGailCrockettCarelDutoitMichaelErbOmidFattahiThomasGionisMarkIshaugTheKeyFoundationJohnF.KennedyHighSchoolCeliaMaxwellMicrosoftMatchingGiftsLeslieMoellerNetworkForGoodPresidentandMrs.BarackH.ObamaThomsonReutersMatchingGiftProgramTRUISTYourCauseLLCToseethemanyotherdonorsandsupporterswhohavecontributedat999orlesspleaseclickhere. 24LeadershipCouncil25000andaboveAIDSActionCommitteeAIDSFoundationofChicagoAmidaCareAPLAAIDSProjectLosAngelesJusticeResourceInstituteLegacyCommunityHealthServiceLifelongAIDSAllianceSanFranciscoAIDSFoundationBasicMembersAIDSActionCoalitionAIDSAlabamaAIDSResourceCenterofWisconsinAssociationofNursesinAIDSCareChristiesPlaceDelawareHIVConsortiumGMHCGodsLoveWeDeliverMetroWellnessCommunityCentersMinnesotaAIDSProjectNashvilleCARESNatl.AllianceforHIVEducationWorkforceDev.NewOrleansAIDSTaskForceProjectInformUrbanCoalitionforHIVAIDSPreventionServicesWomenwithaVisionNoteListingisbasedondataasof63013andmaynotdirectlycorrespondtothescalperiodcoveredbythisannualreport.PublicPolicyCommitteePPCMembersJusticeResourceInstitute 25DouglasBrooksChairSeniorVicePresidentJusticeResourceInstituteBostonMACeliaMaxwellM.D.ViceChairAssistantVicePresidentofHealthAffairsDirectorofWomensHealthInstituteHowardUniversityWashingtonDCRickGomezTreasurerSeniorVicePresidentMarketingTargetCorporationMinneapolisMNKatyCaldwellSecretaryExecutiveDirectorLegacyCommunityHealthServicesInc.HoustonTXPaurviBhattMedtronicPhilanthropyMinneapolisMNWilliamH.CollierSeniorVicePresidentandGeneralManagerNAViiVHealthcarePhiladelphiaPAGailCrockettDirectorNewProductsUSSupplyChainManagementMcDonaldsCorporationOakBrookILAmyFloodVicePresidentofPublicAffairsGileadSciencesInc.FosterCityCADebraFraser-HowzeSeniorVicePresidentofGovernmentandExternalAffairsOraSureTechnologiesBethlehemPAMarjorieHillChiefExecutiveOfcerGayMensHealthCrisisNewYorkNYTamHoExecutiveDirectorNorthAmericaandAsiaPacicProgramsMACAIDSFundNewYorkNYDavidJensenPartnerMonitorGroupSantaMonicaCABlancaOrtizPh.D.UniversityofPuertoRicoSanJuanPRGlenPietrandoniR.Ph.AAHIVEPharmacyServicesManagerWalgreenCo.DeeeldILNoteListingisbasedondataasof63013andmaynotdirectlycorrespondtothescalperiodcoveredbythisannualreport.BoardofTrustees 26MichaelKaplanPresidentCEOVignettaCharlesPh.D.SeniorVicePresidentRonaldJohnsonVicePresidentofPolicyAdvocacyMatthewJ.KesslerMBAVicePresidentofOperationsBryanWiltChiefFiscalOfcerRobBanaszakDirectorofCommunicationsPOLICYADVOCACYRonaldJohnsonVicePresidentofPolicyAdvocacyDonnaCrewsMSWDirectorofGovernmentAffairsWilliamMcCollDirectorofPoliticalAffairsGinaBrownRegionalOrganizerCharlesStephensRegionalOrganizerMelissaDonzePolicyAssistantPROGRAMVignettaCharlesPh.D.SeniorVicePresidentMauraRiordanVicePresidentofAccessInnovationAlannaAdamsProgramManagerFredricaBaileyExecutiveAssociateLiamCabalProgramManagerStephanieCruseProgramManagerMoniqueTulaDirectorofAccesstoCareBradWardGovernmentGrantsComplianceOfcerShannonWyssGrantsManagerRafaZahir-UddinProgramAssociateFINANCEANDOPERATIONSMatthewJ.KesslerMBAVicePresidentofOperationsBryanWiltChiefFiscalOfcerJoshHalkoFinanceAssociateTerrenceHamiltonOperationsAssociateNoteListingisbasedondataasof63013andmaynotdirectlycorrespondtothescalperiodcoveredbythisannualreport.AIDSUnitedStaff 1424KSt.NWSuite200WashingtonDC20005202408-4848202408-1818faxwww.aidsunited.org