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Red Scarf Market Pop-Up

 

Red Scarf is coming to Covent Garden Market!

Every Red Scarf is handmade by community volunteers and stands as a powerful symbol of HIV/AIDS Awareness like the red ribbon.

Since 2012, our community has handcrafted over 6,000 scarves for HIV/AIDS awareness. Like the red ribbon, the red scarf is a symbol of awareness and support for people living with HIV/AIDS. These scarves are tagged with important information about HIV to raise awareness and end stigma in our community.

Red Scarf @ Handmade Craft Show

 

Red Scarf is coming to London's 2nd Annual Handmade Only Christmas Craft Sale!

Every Red Scarf is handmade by community volunteers and stands as a powerful symbol of HIV/AIDS Awareness like the red ribbon.

Since 2012, our community has handcrafted over 6,000 scarves for HIV/AIDS awareness. Like the red ribbon, the red scarf is a symbol of awareness and support for people living with HIV/AIDS. These scarves are tagged with important information about HIV to raise awareness and end stigma in our community.

Red Scarf Fanshawe Pop-Up

 

Red Scarf is coming to Fanshawe!

Every Red Scarf is handmade by community volunteers and stands as a powerful symbol of HIV/AIDS Awareness like the red ribbon.

Since 2012, our community has handcrafted over 6,000 scarves for HIV/AIDS awareness. Like the red ribbon, the red scarf is a symbol of awareness and support for people living with HIV/AIDS. These scarves are tagged with important information about HIV to raise awareness and end stigma in our community.

Red Scarf Market Pop-Up

 

Red Scarf is coming to Covent Garden Market!

Every Red Scarf is handmade by community volunteers and stands as a powerful symbol of HIV/AIDS Awareness like the red ribbon.

Since 2012, our community has handcrafted over 6,000 scarves for HIV/AIDS awareness. Like the red ribbon, the red scarf is a symbol of awareness and support for people living with HIV/AIDS. These scarves are tagged with important information about HIV to raise awareness and end stigma in our community.

Women’s Bodies, Women’s Lives: HIV and Wellness Symposium

 

Please join us for the second annual Women Living with HIV Symposium at the BMO Centre! This year, we will explore both the art and the science of self-care.

We have lined up a number of local and regional speakers who will be offering sessions on new and developing health care strategies, providing updates to the services available within the sector (including U=U, PrEP, Harm Reduction) in addition to exploring the benefits of Art Therapy, Indigenous Healing and Mindfulness.

Annual General Meeting

Blackfriars catered reception at 5:30pm

The Board of Directors would like to extend the invitation to our volunteers, our supporters, and our friends to join us at the Annual General Meeting. Additionally, our new Board Members will be elected at this time.

Please join us as we host an overview our performance from the past fiscal year, along with reflections and recognition of successes in serving our community.

NEW MEMBERS: We must receive your forms and/or fees ($10 per year) by Monday Aug 27th

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