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Volunteer stories

Just who are these wonderful people? Read the some of the inspiring stories of our amazing volunteers.

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Thursday 21 January 2016

Stuart Mullen

I am an online peer support volunteer on the myHIV community forums.

Stuart Mullen

Tuesday 22 December 2015

Micael Milsten

I volunteer as part of the Work Positive Programme, to gain up to date work experience.

Micael Milsten

Tuesday 08 December 2015

Shantanu Baruva

I volunteer on three separate projects: Soho Outreach, Health, Wealth and Happiness and SNAP.

Shantanu Baruva

Monday 18 May 2015

Raks Patel

I volunteer on THT Direct. Terrence Higgins Trust’s national HIV and sexual health helpline, as a helpline advisor.

Raks Patel

Tuesday 12 May 2015

James Tarling

I currently volunteer on the THT Direct helpline, based in King’s Cross. I do one shift per week, answering a wide range of calls from people with issues regarding HIV.

James Tarling

Monday 30 March 2015

Darrell Wilson

`I volunteer on the THT Direct helpline which is based and run from THT London office on Grays Inn Road.'

Darrell Wilson

Monday 09 March 2015

James Weddup

I volunteer for THT's Work Positive Scheme, as a mentor for someone living with HIV who is long-term unemployed, and looking to get back into work.

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Sunday 08 March 2015

Colin Smyth

`From personal experience I know how difficult it is to get back on track work wise and personally.'

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Saturday 07 March 2015

Phillip Reedman

`I really like the fact that you can be “yourself” at work, there is no pretence or hiding that you have HIV, and you can talk openly about it.'

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Thursday 05 March 2015

Steve Power

`I volunteered for the back to work mentoring scheme based at the King’s Cross offices. My role is to mentor someone on the Work Positive Programme, meeting up with them every two weeks offering advice and help on how to get back into the workplace.'

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