Terrence Higgins Trust’s theme for World AIDS Day 2016 was It’s Not Over (#ItsNotOver).
We’ve come a long way since the AIDS crisis first emerged, when so many lost their lives. Thankfully medical advances now mean HIV doesn’t have to stand in the way of living a long and healthy life.
But it’s not over. More people than ever are living with HIV in the UK. Services are being cut, stigma and myths about HIV are still deeply entrenched and we’re now seeing the first generation growing old with HIV. We can’t stop now.
We are still fighting, still caring and still wearing our red ribbon with pride. We won’t forget, we won’t give up. It’s not over – but with your help, it could be.
We’ll be announcing our theme for World AIDS Day 2017 (Friday 1 December 2017) shortly but in the meantime you can still get involved and order your fundraising materials below.
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