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Donate now. Together we can stop HIV.

One-off donation

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£ 25

£25 helps provide community support for someone with HIV who feels alone and isolated.

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£ 50

£50 helps fund our national helpline to provide support to people in need of help.

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£ 100

£100 helps run a peer support group for mothers with HIV.

Regular donation

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£ 10

£10 a month helps us provide free and accessible HIV and STI testing.

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£ 15

£15 a month helps pay for counselling for people newly diagnosed with HIV.

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£ 25

£25 a month helps fund our national helpline to provide support to people in need.

World AIDS Day

1 December is World AIDS Day – a day for people across the world to unite in support of the fight against HIV.

Wear It red ribbon campaignThis World AIDS Day, we asked people to 'Wear it' – encouraging people to wear their red ribbon and stand together in solidarity, for a world where HIV stigma is a thing of the past.

Fighting stigma is one of Terrence Higgins Trust’s priorities. Stigma leaves people isolated and ostracised. World AIDS Day was a chance to wear our red ribbons to show we are challenging stigma and to invite our friends, family and colleagues to do the same.

On World AIDS Day, we also encouraged you to take a photo of yourself wearing your red ribbon and post it online with the hashtag #StopStigma. More than 1,500 people showed their support on Twitter and Facebook by adding the #StopStigma Twibbon to your profile picture.

Fundraising

There were many ways to get involved and by joining us you helped make a huge difference. Staff and volunteers at King's Cross station

Fundraising took place across the country, through events, collections and cake sales, raising thousands of pounds for Terrence Higgins Trust. Staff and volunteers raised awareness of World AIDS Day at King's Cross station. 

If you ran an event, find out how to send in the money you raised. Check out our fundraising ideas for future events.

If you have any questions about fundraising, an idea that you’d like to discuss or for more information about how you can get involved, just email us on: fundraising@tht.org.uk or call us on 020 7812 1664. We'd be delighted to hear from you.

Red ribbons symbolising HIV

Get our #StopStigma poster

Download and print an A3 poster for your workplace.

Get our #StopStigma poster

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Hear from people affected by HIV stigma

Watch videos from people living with HIV.

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World AIDS Day 2015 events

How you raised money

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Shop and give

Treat yourself while raising funds for Terrence Higgins Trust.

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Parliamentary reception

Looking ahead our event on 1 December.

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Fundraise at school

Get your school fundraising with Terrence Higgins Trust this World AIDS Day!

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Fundraise at university

Get your Student Union fundraising for Terrence Higgins Trust this World AIDS Day

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Sending in money

Find out how you can send us the money.