Since 1985 Peter Moores Foundation has supported a range of HIV and AIDS projects throughout the UK, in several instances providing the vital initial support that has helped an organisation achieve further funding. Ten to fifteen awards are made each year.

PMF and the Elton John AIDS Foundation jointly funded staffing for the African HIV Policy Network. PMF also joined with EJAF and Merck Sharp & Dohme to fund an AIDS related research project by the National Centre for Volunteering in 1996 and in 2004 to help the redevelopment of the
Infection and Immunity Unit at Ealing Hospital.

One project, supported for over ten years, made it possible for the magazine Positive Nation to be provided free of charge to libraries throughout the country.Further examples of PMF supported projects are given below.

PMF's health fund is managed by Alan Swerdlow MBE, a former PMF Trustee. He received his MBE in the New Years Honours List 2009 for services to the Arts and to the communities in Liverpool and Suffolk.
George House Trust
provides free services to anyone in North West England who is HIV positive. Support is provided for dealing with diagnosis, telling others, treatments, relationships, going back to work, immigration issues and providing a ‘condoms by post service’. It has regular group 'spaces' for people with HIV to meet and support each other and offers a variety of events and courses.
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Helios Foundation
is a pan-London holistic health charity based in Kings Cross with a mainly voluntary administrative staff which launched integrated treatment and support programmes in 1987 in response to the Aids crisis. They currently use 48 therapists and counsellors in 32 different disciplines. Professor Colin Francome of Middlesex University, in his research summary, said that: ‘the strength of Helios is to support people through emotional, physical and spiritual crises’.
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Kernow Positive Support
was established in 2004 to provide HIV support service and support structure in Cornwall, following the dismantlement of two previous Cornwall based HIV support charities in 2003. HIV continues to be a significant hurdle for those living in rural communities where stigma and discrimination still remain. PMF has funded the development and provision of in-house publications such as the bi-monthly newsletter @KPS, for the past 3 years.
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founded in 1987, when there was considerable misinformation, fear and media hysteria surrounding the issue, quickly established itself as a source of calm, authoritative, accurate, and evidence-based information, publishing information on all aspects of the epidemic including HIV prevention, treatment and care.
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Naz Project
is the longest established and largest black and minority initiated and led sexual health agency in London. It provides general sexual health information, support services for people with HIV and is involved in policy work and training. PMF has enabled Naz to disseminate information about young people's sexual health needs and initiate a youth peer sexual health education service.
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Terrence Higgins Trust
is the UK’s leading HIV and sexual health charity, directly helping more than 50,000 people each year. PMF has supported THT for over 20 years, giving grants in excess of £150,000. The Foundation is currently funding a project providing advice and support on issues including sexual health, homelessness and drug dependency for male sex workers in London.
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The African HIV Policy Network
is an umbrella organisation that brings together African HIV community-based organisations in the UK to advocate fair policies for people living with HIV. PMF’s support has enabled it to coordinate the ‘Changing Perspectives’ campaign, which involves reaching out to influential groups, such as faith leaders and journalists, to tackle HIV stigma and discrimination through open and action-oriented discussions, meetings with government officials, and the development of useful resources and training programmes.
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The Food Chain
provides nutrition services, including home delivered meals, essential groceries and nutrition advice to men, women and children who are chronically sick as a result of HIV related illness. It aims to ensure that no one living with the virus has their ability to get well and stay well adversely affected by lack of access to appropriate food.
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The National AIDS Trust
develops policies and campaigns to halt the spread of HIV, and improve the quality of life, of people affected by HIV, in the UK and internationally. It focuses on achieving four strategic goals: effective HIV prevention, early diagnosis, equitable access to treatment, care and support, eradication of HIV-related stigma and discrimination.
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