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Join NAT at Crusaid's Walk for Life

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

NAT is looking for walkers to join its team for this year’s Crusaid’s Walk for Life on Sunday 7 June. This year NAT is hoping to have the biggest team ever walking to raise as much money as possible and have as much fun as we can along the way.

Crusaid’s Walk for Life is an annual sponsored 10km walk around the sights of London in aid of HIV charities. With a staff of only 16 people, NAT relies on kind supporters to help boost numbers.
Deborah Jack, Chief Executive of NAT says:
“Crusaid’s Walk for Life is a great day out and a way to show solidarity and support for people living with HIV in the UK. 
The walk raises vital funds for our work to end HIV prejudice and stop the spread of HIV.   The funding environment has never been tougher, which is why we need your help to make this year's sponsored walk a huge success and raise as much as possible.
And if you walk with NAT half the money you raise goes to Crusaid and half to NAT, so you support two great charities for the price of one!”

To join the NAT team email Anthony Townsend on
If you can not join the walk but would like to support the NAT team, sponsor Archie the NAT dog.

Notes to the editor:

NAT (National AIDS Trust) is the UK’s leading charity dedicated to transforming society’s response to HIV. We provide fresh thinking, expert advice and practical resources. We campaign for change.
Shaping attitudes. Challenging injustice. Changing lives.