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We're ending new HIV transmissions by 2030 and challenging HIV stigma

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Y​our monthly gift allows us to make ambitious plans. Through this uncertainty around COVID-19, we can work hard to clarify the situation for people living with HIV, support people experiencing discrimination, and fight for rights in employment, health and more. 

Your single donation helps our fight to urgently challenge new discrimination in relation to COVID-19 and continue to fight for the rights of people living with HIV, including fighting for continued access to testing and medication, and much further beyond. 

Join our 100 Club

Our 100 Club supporters invest a minimum of £2,500 per annum. Your investment can be spread over the year through monthly donations if you wish. We’ll work closely with you ensuring you have key information from ‘behind the scenes’ and have knowledge of the inner workings of how we are changing policies and practices to create systemic change. You’ll be the first to hear about our successes, hearing from policy and influencing experts.

You’ll also get early access to our reports and publications, invites to events, and you’ll be welcomed to networking opportunities with other 100 Club members.
We’ll thank you publicly on our website and in our annual accounts unless you’d prefer your support to remain confidential.

For more information about National AIDS Trust's 100 Club, read our The 100 Club - Case for Support, or email our Partnerships and Philanthropy Specialist, Chris Dye at chris.dye@nat.org.uk.


Some recent achievements


We increased access to safe donated blood by ending the discriminatory lifetime ban on gay men


We made sure that 26,000 people at risk of HIV can access an HIV prevention pill, PrEP, on the NHS


We stopped employers from asking if you have HIV before you get a job and protected you in your job  
 

"I find it difficult to believe that in this day and age that there is still stigma and discrimination against people living with HIV. National AIDS Trust are getting the message out there about tackling stigma and that's why I donate to them. Stigma and discrimination will die out - the question is how long before it does."

- Roger, National AIDS Trust Donor 

Where your money goes

National AIDS Trust is completely independent, so we can challenge injustice wherever we see it -always led by the issue and not where the money is. However, this also means that we rely on the generosity and dedication of our supporters.

All donated money goes towards continuing our vital work in championing the rights of people living with and affected by HIV ​and campaigning for change.

Our work is only possible because of the generosity of our supporters.