Barclays has been a committed and valued Terrence Higgins Trust supporter over the past decade. Barclays has supported our work with African communities for several years, most recently donating over £140,000 to support our National African Health Promotion work for three years.
The aim of the project is to develop the health promotion skills of staff and volunteers who work to support the African community affected by HIV in England, Wales and Scotland.
'Investing in our communities is an integral part of Barclays Citizenship strategy. By bringing our skills, time, money and expertise to important community issues, we’re able to create a stronger society for us all to live and work in', says Debbie Phillips, Associate Director of Global Community Investment at Barclays.
'Through our work with the Terrence Higgins Trust we are supporting African communities to help build the skills and confidence that this community needs to raise awareness about HIV and AIDS.'