Will you help us end HIV stigma?
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. Read more
To show it's support Kimpton Charlotte Square will be creating a rainbow tree, adorned with personalised baubles decorated in honour of all our wonderful donors! Leave the name of the person you're most proud of in the comments below, and their name will appear on a personalised bauble on our Christmas Tree!
The Coronavirus Support Fund will allow us to continue with the additional work undertaken by HIV Scotland to support those living with HIV who are affected by COVID-19 or concerned about how it will affect their lives.
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.
As public health budgets get cut, lots of people who need to know about syphilis (and get tested or treated for it) don’t know about how it is prevented, treated or cured. It's time for that to change.
You can help us make the next year our most successful fundraising year ever. Join us as part of the generation that can put an end to the HIV epidemic here in Scotland.
HIV Scotland is delighted to present Live in Lockdown 2! Expect fabulous drag queens, powerhouse vocalists and hilarious comedians who have all come together during lockdown to entertain you in the comfort of your living room, and raise money for HIV Scotland. It's an extra-special show too, as we'll be celebrating our Chief Executive, Nathan Sparling's 30th Birthday.
I want to use my hour of daily exercise to make a difference for people living with and at risk of HIV in Scotland, and have roped my parents into joining me!
I am taking part in the Brave the Shave campaign to raise money for HIV Scotland's Coronavirus Support Fund.
Our friend Will is raising money for HIV Scotland. "I want to help them to continue their empowering and valuable initiatives/projects."
We are the Scottish Rubbermen riaising money for HIV Scotland.