We would like to thank all who have supported us, past and present.
National Lottery Community Fund
The National Lottery Community Fund has provided substantial support for our work through a number of different funding areas.
Currently, we are working with the National Lottery Community Fund to develop new ways to involve and engage beneficiaries across our organisation to transform how we work and create demand led services, campaigns and activities to meet their constantly changing needs.
We are also working with the Fund in Scotland, delivering Peer Support Scotland, a programme that provides a holistic package of support for people living with blood-borne viruses, such as HIV and Hepatitis C, empowering beneficiaries to feel more in control of their lives.
We really value the support we have received from the National Lottery Community Fund over the years and look forward to continuing our work together in the future.
Elton John Aids Foundation
The Elton John AIDS Foundation (EJAF) has been an incredibly generous supporter of THT for over 25 years. We are very grateful for their continued interest in our work.
Most recently, EJAF has been funding I Want Prep Now, an online tool created to raise awareness of and access to pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), a pill you can take to protect you from HIV, with all the information in one place so that beneficiaries are able to access PrEP easily and quickly.
City Bridge Trust
The Trust is currently supporting our Youth Counselling project in London, an accessible, youth-friendly counselling service that uses ‘safe spaces’ such as schools, colleges, and universities to engage with young people, particularly the harder to reach groups.
These groups include LGBT+ youth, BME communities, young parents, sexually exploited young people, asylum seekers and young people living with HIV.
This work complements the Talk Safe project, also funded by City Bridge Trust, which was a counselling programme run by Terrence Higgins Trust until 2016.
Comic Relief (in partnership with the MAC AIDS Fund) have funded Their Story, Your Choice, an online campaign to address stigma in Black African communities living in the UK. Three interactive stories have been produced, based on real life experiences, that allow the viewer to control the outcome of the story.
Comic Relief also funded our Positive Balance project, which aimed to tackle the root causes of financial problems faced by people who live with HIV in Lambeth, Southwark and other parts of London.
Garfield Weston Foundation
The foundation has recently supported our new Positive Voices programme in London. The programme provides around 50 talks in London each year, with volunteers, who are people living with HIV, sharing their lived experiences with the aim of educating people on what it is like to live with HIV and the stigma that still surrounds the virus.
We are incredibly grateful to all of our supporters, without whom we would not be able to deliver vital services to our beneficiaries.
Your support matters.
Find out more
If you would like to find out more about our work with trusts and foundations, or would be interested in learning about the projects we are currently seeking to secure support for, please contact Andrew Baker, our Philanthropy and Partnerships Manager (Trusts), at [email protected].