World AIDS Day 2016



Read on to see how you can be a part of World AIDS Day and help support our work.




Holding a fundraiser is not only a great way to raise cash for a great cause, but also raises awareness of HIV.  Could you hold a cake sale or a non-uniform day at work?  Are you a local bar or restaurant that wants to host a fundraising night?  If so, get in touch.  We can provide collecting tins and red ribbons to support your fundraising efforts.  Email or call 0161 274 4499.




If you would like to sell red ribbons in aid of George House Trust in your place of work or study, get in touch.  Email or call 0161 274 4499.




There are numerous events happening across Manchester organised by the Manchester World AIDS Partnership in the lead up to and on 1st December


  • Face to Face Fundraising - Volunteers from George House Trust and LGBT Foundation will be out in the City Centre on 26th & 27th November, 30th November and 1st December selling red ribbons and raising awareness. Get involved here



  • Screening of 'How to Survive a Plague' - LGBT Foundation is proud to present a free screening of ‘How To Survive A Plague’ in partnership with Manchester Metropolitan University’s School of Arts and Humanities. How to Survive A Plague is the story of two coalitions whose activism and innovation turned AIDS from a death sentence into a manageable condition.  Post-screening, staff from LGBT Foundation, George House Trust and BHA will lead a panel discussion on activism, diagnosis, treatment and how we collectively support those living with HIV. Please note that tickets must be reserved at Monday 28th November 6:30 - 9pm. Number 70, 70 Oxford Street, Manchester M1 5NH


  • World Aids Day Solidarity Space - Join LGBT Foundation for an informal social space for anyone affected by HIV, including friends, family members and supporters. Wednesday 30th November 6-8pm, LGBT Foundation, 5 Richmond Street


  • World Aids Day Church Service - A church service remembering and celebrating the lives of friends and loved ones living with HIV and those who have lost their lives as a result of HIV. Thursday 1st December 12pm-1pm, St. Ann's Church, St. Ann's Square, M2 7LF


  • Candlelit Vigil and Procession - Join the Manchester World AIDS Day Partnership in Sackville Gardens for this year's Candlelit Vigil and Procession, including performances and speeches. Thursday 1st December 7pm, Sackville Gardens, Sackville Street, M1 3HB


  • Here Is My Face: Autobiographical Portraits of HIV - Join George House Trust for this photographic exhibition created by a group of men from Santiago, Chile which provides an insight into their experiences of living with HIV. Open 2nd December 6-8pm, 3rd December 12-3pm and 4th December 12-3pm at George House Trust, 77 Ardwick Green North, M12 6FX.


  • BME Health Event - A market place event with workshops that promotes the health and wellbeing of BME individuals and communities in Manchester.  The event will take place on Saturday 3rd of December 11am-4pm at St. Thomas Centre, Ardwick Green North




As part of the Manchester World AIDS Day Partnership, our team of volunteers sell red ribbons on the streets of Manchester in the lead up to World AIDS Day.  You can register to volunteer by clicking on this link

Wednesday, 31 August, 2016

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