More ways to fundraise

Your donations help prevent the spread of HIV and make a real difference to the lives of people living with HIV

Looking for more ways to fundraise for National AIDS Trust?

Please ensure that any fundraising you plan follows COVID-19 government regulations. You may want to find some inspiration and exciting virtual fundraising options here.

In need of some motivation to keep your fitness resolution? Why not take part in one of these challenges and get sponsored for National AIDS Trust: 

Fundraising ideas you can try (post-lockdown!)

No matter who you are or what you like doing, there is something you can do to raise money for National AIDS Trust and help bring about positive change in HIV. Who are you?

A party host?

You can host a Big Garden Party and join a movement of people, workplaces and community groups UK-wide, all united by a single aim: to secure the rights of people living with HIV, and to end new HIV transmissions.

As we can now eat together in person again, we're asking you to get your friends, family or colleagues together to eat and drink and have fun for HIV rights!

Whether it's a small group in your garden or a park, or a larger party (depending on government regulations), we have an instruction pack that covers everything you need to set up your event.

You can sign up to host your own Big Garden Party by emailing

A foodie?

If you love to bake, you could hold a bake sale. If you’re a keen cook, you could invite friends over for dinner and ask them to make a contribution. Or if you’re mad about cheese and wine, you could host a tasting night, inviting people to bring a selection of the good stuff and a donation for National AIDS Trust. Everyone loves food, so what’s stopping you?

A professional?

The saying may be 'charity begins at home', but why not extend that sentiment to the workplace? Get your whole company involved, or just challenge your immediate colleagues
to take part in some fundraising. We know that this may look a bit different this year, but we can help with ideas and support for both safe face-to-face and virtual fundraising.

Contact our Partnerships and Philanthropy Specialist, Chris Dye  (020 7814 6726) to find out how you can get involved or download our Corporate Pack.

For more information on corporate support click here.

An online auction addict?

We have our own eBay page that allows generous donors to sell their old stuff and donate some, or all, of the proceeds to National AIDS Trust in three easy steps: 

  1. Sell your item, using the ‘Advanced Sell’ form on eBay
  2. Look out for the charity box below where you set your price - search for National AIDS Trust and select our page. You can even choose what percentage of your final selling price will be donated to National AIDS Trust
  3. Three weeks after your item sells, Paypal will automatically collect the donation from you

Find out more about how to use eBay for Charity here.

A Party Animal?

What better way is there to raise money for National AIDS Trust than to let your hair down and party?!

We’d love to see you at one of our fabulous events, or perhaps you could have a go at hosting your own? From putting on shows to throwing glamorous parties to holding local quiz nights, we’ve got all the tips and resources you need. Check out our fundraising pack here.

An ideas generator?

If you’ve got another event or fundraising idea in mind, we’d love to hear from you!
​We’ll always do as much as we can to help out.

Please contact our Individual and Community Fundraiser, Alice Goldsmith (020 7814 6751) or use our contact form.

For more inspiration and information on fundraising, read our fundraising pack.

Whatever you choose to do, remember to share your amazing efforts with us. Tweet
@NAT_AIDS_Trust or email

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 National AIDS Trust’s 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.

Recent victories for National AIDS Trust:

  • A historic win, as the High Court overturned NHS England's refusal to consider funding PrEP.

  • Convincing the Government to change the way it undertakes benefits interviews to better assess fluctuating health conditions.

  • Challenging inaccurate media reporting and getting it changed.

  • Securing a u-turn from the Government on its plans to halve the amount it invests in preventing HIV.

  • Running a hugely successful campaign, 'Rock the Ribbon' for World AIDS Day, with an online reach of 180 million people.

Fundraising successes

World AIDS Day Comedy Gala

For World AIDS Day 2019, Molly Stewart organised her annual Comedy Gala in support of National AIDS Trust. The gala had an INCREDIBLE line-up which had the audience laughing all evening. This fun night also raised an amazing £3060.39!

We Will Rock You

Rickmansworth School Performing Arts Department put on the show 'We Will Rock You', featuring Queen's songs, for World AIDS Day 2019. They used the link of Freddie Mercury in the musical to educate their students on HIV. Their amazing performances raised a brilliant £494.57.

Creative Service at Sanctus Church

The curate at Sanctus Church organised a creative prayer service to engage their church community with World AIDS Day. The service used a combination of traditional psalms, videos from films and documentaries about HIV and popular music. The curate also asked for their members to donate in response to some of the facts they had learnt during the service. Sanctus Church raised a wonderful £140 for National AIDS Trust.

Wear Red Day

Westminster Adult Education Service staff members all wore red clothing and red ribbons to raise awareness at work for World AIDS Day. They asked for donations from anybody participating and fundraised an amazing £111.17.

​Need a helping hand?

If you’d like fundraising advice or would like to request resources, we are more than happy to help.
Email, call 020 7814 6767 or use our contact form.