World AIDS Day Vigil

The PaSH Partnership World AIDS Day Vigil will take place on Wednesday December 1st 2021 at 6pm in Sackville Gardens, Manchester.  

Join us on Wednesday 1st December at 6pm in Sackville Gardens, Manchester for a special World AIDS Day Vigil.


Let's remember people lost to HIV, show our solidarity with people living with HIV around the world and commit ourselves to ending HIV stigma and discrimination. 


World AIDS Day, held annually on 1 December since 1988, is an international day dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic caused by the spread of HIV, and mourning those we lost.


The 2021 theme is End inequalities. End AIDS. End pandemics. It is an opportunity to remember lives lost and show support for the estimated 37.7 million people living with HIV today. 


Please support the PaSH Partnership’s HIV support and prevention work with a donation by texting WAD to 70450 to donate £3.*


Around 105,200 people in the UK are currently living with HIV - around 6000 of whom live in Greater Manchester.


Greater Manchester is a ‘Fast Track City’ region committed to ending all new transmissions of HIV by 2030.


Thank you to Manchester City Council for supporting the 2021 Vigil. 


*Texts will cost the donation amount plus one standard network rate message. The Passionate about Sexual Health (PaSH) Partnership, a collaboration between BHA for Equality, George House Trust and LGBT Foundation.














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