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An ambitious, forward-thinking plan that capitalises on our 25 years' experience at the centre of Scotland's HIV response. Read our Chairs letter. Read more
It is an honour to launch our ambitious new campaign, #ZEROHIV - our plan for Scotland to reach zero new HIV transmissions, zero HIV-related deaths and zero HIV-related stigma by 2030. Read our Chief Executive's latest blog.
HIV Scotland is the HIV Charity for Scotland. We're known for our detailed policy work and successful advocacy for people living with and at risk of HIV. Read more about our new mission and vision, as we enter our new phase to get to #ZEROHIV.
The Zero Hero Appeal will raise money to fund our #ZEROHIV mission; to achieve zero new HIV transmissions, zero new HIV-related deaths & zero HIV-related stigma & discrimination in Scotland by 2030.
Our Living Well project is designed to bring together key partners, stakeholders and people living with HIV to discuss key issues facing older people living with HIV, and design creative solutions to meet the needs of people as they age with HIV, to ensure they live and age well. Read more
We are delighted to invite you to our next HIV Scotland Advisory Network Meeting, which will focus on refreshing Scotland's ambitions in relation to HIV. Read more
Want to take part in a fun event open to all ages & abilities whilst raising vital funds? Why not join us for the Kiltwalk! Read more
This past week we featured our messaging in the Metro Scotland Newspaper every day, reaching an estimated audience of 1 million people using public transport in Scotland. Read more
As part of our #ZEROHERO appeal, we’re delighted to announce our first corporate partner, the Kimpton Charlotte Square. Ahead of Edinburgh Pride, we are excited that this popular Edinburgh hotel has agreed to work with us to raise vital funds for our small charity which will help us promote key messages to end HIV-related stigma. Read more
Our Chief Executive, Nathan Sparling, has commented on the news that the personal information of 37 people was leaked in an email by NHS Highland. Read more