Jamie Boban, Development Manager
PEDIATRIC AIDS CHICAGO PREVENTION INITIATIVE RECEIVES $19,000 FROM CHICAGO FOUNDATION FOR WOMEN
Chicago Foundation for Women awards more than half a million dollars to local nonprofit programs to improve women and girls’ access to health and health information, and ensure they remain free from violence.
- Pediatric AIDS Chicago Prevention Initiative (PACPI) was awarded $19,000 for their Perinatal Enhanced Case Management program from Chicago Foundation for Women’s Health portfolio.
- The Spring 2016 cycle at Chicago Foundation for Women awarded $731,712 in grants to 67 Chicagoland programs.
- One of three key issue areas for Chicago Foundation for Women, the Health portfolio works with leading nonprofit and community-centered programs to ensure women and girls have access to health information and quality health care.
- PACPI’s Perinatal Enhanced Case Management program intends to help vulnerable pregnant women who are living with HIV to have healthy newborns who are HIV-negative and establish a strong connection to a system of care for each mother and infant pair.
PACPI works to eliminate pediatric AIDS and reduce transmission of the virus from mothers to their children in Illinois. PACPI collaborates with community-based organizations and public and private institutions to create a Safety Net of Prevention so that no pregnant woman living with HIV or infant exposed to HIV falls through the cracks for care and treatment. Learn more at www.pregnantandpositive.org.
About Chicago Foundation for Women: Chicago Foundation for Women is a grant making organization dedicated to increasing resources and opportunities for women and girls in the greater Chicago area. To support its philanthropy, the Foundation promotes increased investment in women and girls, raises awareness about their issues and potential, and develops them as leaders and philanthropists. Learn more at www.cfw.org.