As an independent charity, we simply could not do the work that we do without the generous funding and support we receive from our supporters
We limit our statutory funding and funding we receive from pharmaceutical companies to ensure that we remain independent and maximise our effectiveness. However, as an independent charity, National AIDS Trust is completely reliant upon the generosity of supporters and donors who share our vision.
THE 100 CLUB
The 100 Club supporters invest a minimum of £2,500 per annum, or £200 a month.
As part of The 100 Club, our new close supporters' scheme, we ensure key information from ‘behind the scenes’ and knowledge of the inner workings of how we’re changing policies and practices to create systemic change. Our 100 Club champions are the first to hear about our successes, hearing from policy and influencing experts. The 100 Club also get early access to our reports and publications, invites to events, and networking opportunities with other 100 Club supporters.
We’ll thank supporters publicly here on our website and in our annual accounts. Some of our 100 Club supporters prefer to remain confidential.
Thank you to our 100 Club supporters: Ricardo Alonso Cortina, Yusef Azad, Kathleen Britain, James Dray, Philippe Genre, Martin Green, Matthew Hamlyn, Andrew Hochhauser, Renaud Humbert, Daniel Lynch, Graham Marchant, Sheena McCormack, Karon Monaghan, Róisín Moriarty, Sallie Nicholas, Dame Denise Platt DBE, Peter Roscrow, Nigel Simon, David Sparks, Ken Watters, Robin Wilkinson, Lesford Williams, Lee Winter-Dean.
In our latest financial year, we received 18% of our income from corporate supporters, as well as pro bono support across a wide range of our activity.
We would like to thank the following organisations for their generous support:
To find out about different ways that you can make corporate donations click here.
Much of our income comes from grant-making charitable trusts and foundations whose
aims accord with our own. We are very grateful for the support of these charities.
Our largest funders include: