Download or order our fundraising materials to help you spread awareness
We want people to have a better understanding of the realities of living with HIV and to know how to protect themselves from acquiring HIV.
We produce fundraising materials to help you to spread awareness and raise vital funds to support our work. You can download our fundraising and schools awareness resources below.
The red ribbon is the universal symbol of awareness and support for people living with HIV. Wearing a ribbon is a great way to raise awareness and you can use our display box to enable supporters to donate for their red ribbon.
We send out a pack of 100 fabric red ribbons FREE to anybody fundraising for National AIDS Trust in the UK.
We also have a range of additional ready-made fundraising activities, including a quiz, escape room, whodunnit and a virtual ribbon.
The fundraising team will also be happy to discuss your fundraising plans and offer additional support and materials where possible. You can contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can order a free pack of 100 fabric ribbons and/or a ready-made activities pack here. To place your order, you must confirm that you plan to fundraise for National AIDS Trust with the materials and that you will pledge to raise a minimum of £15 to cover costs.
Our Fundraising Pack shows you how your money helps and provides you with top tips on successful fundraising.
For further support and more free materials contact our fundraising team at email@example.com.
Schools Awareness Resources
Our HIV Schools Pack provides guidance for educators on teaching about HIV, along with a range of engaging lesson plans and activities for learning the key facts about HIV, what it’s like living with HIV, and how to take action on HIV stigma. All resources are free to download and suitable for KS3 and 4.
Every year, National AIDS Trust produces a new assembly for use around World AIDS Day. The assembly gives students the opportunity to learn key facts about HIV and find out how they can get involved in supporting people living with HIV on World AIDS Day.