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Why give?

Together we can stop HIV in its tracks.

With over 100,000 people living with HIV in the UK, it is one of the fastest-growing serious health conditions, yet it remains one of the least popular causes to support.

Every year, hundreds of people are still dying needlessly because of late testing and treatment. And shockingly, people living with HIV still face prejudice, most often borne out of ignorance of HIV transmission and treatment.

That’s why we need your support.

Your gifts will contribute towards a world where people living with HIV live healthy lives free from prejudice and discrimination, and where good sexual health is a right and reality for all.

See what our amazing supporters helped us achieve last year

However you choose to donate, you will be making a difference.

A regular gift is quick and easy to set up and will help us to plan our services into the future.

A one-off donation will also help us to provide the vital services that people with HIV often so desperately need.

The easiest way to donate is online. You can also donate by calling 020 7812 1612 or sending a cheque to our King's Cross Office. Please mark any envelopes 'FAO Supporter Care Officer'. 

Donate now. Together we can stop HIV.

One-off donation

a woman comforts another woman
£ 25

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

a man with a phone headset
£ 50

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

a mother and her baby
£ 100

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

Regular donation

a man in a clinic
£ 10

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

a man talks to a woman
£ 15

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

a young man on the phone
£ 25

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