Progress in the battle against HIV/AIDS only happens through years of
painstaking research and experimentation.
HIV, or Human Immunodeficiency Virus, is a retrovirus that binds to, infects and destroys cells of the human immune system by ...READ MORE >>>
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HIV Cure Foundation (HCF) is dedicated to ending the global epidemic of HIV/AIDS by supporting the development of better ways to treat HIV/AIDS, and ultimately to find a cure. In service to this mission, HCF directly supports life changing and life extending scientific research for persons living with HIV/AIDS. Through partnerships with donors and researchers we are funding innovative, science-based research and providing access to Phase 1 clinical trials through strategic grantmaking, coalition building, and collaboration with experts in the field.
HIV Cure Foundation (HCF) was founded
by a group of passionate individuals determined to find a cure for the disease
that had plagued the world since 1981. HCF was created for the individuals who
need #theHIVCure more
than anything. HCF filed for a 501(c)3 determination from the IRS on November
President/Chief Executive Officer (Florida)
Mr. Neidig has extensive corporate and not-for-profit leadership experience across the United States, Israel, and West Africa. An articulate and passionate motivational speaker, Mark effectively communicates with both large audiences and in intimate gatherings the message of hope for “a better way” of living. As CEO of the Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation, Mark led worldwide fundraising, education, strategic planning, research oversight, and awareness efforts known as “spreading the wave.” Under Mark’s leadership, the foundation expanded from a regional dream to a global brand – receiving acclaim by winning the national Pepsi “Refresh Everything” Project, the Ellen DeGeneres PinkWell Grant. Mark has engaged face-to-face with 60 Minutes’ Leslie Stahl, nationally syndicated television/radio host and political commentator Glenn Beck, as well as one-on-one meetings in 2012 with Speaker of the House John Boehner and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, among many others. Rarely can an organization boast of “going out-of-business,” yet the Kanzius Foundation announced they would close their doors in 2014, having successfully fulfilled their mission by funding all of the research necessary to present the Kanzius technology to the FDA for human trials. He would find no greater satisfaction than to do the same for an HIV/AIDS cure. A graduate of Bob Jones University with a BS in Accounting and English and a CFRM from Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis School of Fundraising, Mark currently resides in downtown Orlando, Florida.
Benjamin F. Hendricks, III
Vice President/Secretary (Indiana)
Ben serves as Chief Communications Officer at Kiwanis International, a service organization with more than 500,000 members worldwide. He has worked as global director of public relations and social media for Teradata and as a partner at The CHT Group, a Boston-based strategic communications firm specializing in healthcare and nonprofit public relations. Ben holds a BA in Communications from East Carolina University, an MA in Journalism and Mass Communications from Kent State University and is currently completing work on his MBA from Xavier University.
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