A substantial number of our clients do not have recourse to public funds and/or do not have the right to work in the UK. This means that for many of our service users, with the limited funds that they have they will have to make a choice. Electricity or food, clothing or travel. Your donation can go a long way to support their every day basic needs.

£10 - could provide a travel card 
£15 - could pay for childcare 
£20 - could provide dedicated support with an advocacy officer
This year we are asking for your help to establish a hardship fund. We want to raise £100,000 by July 2019.
This fund will be open to:
  • BAME individuals living with HIV with no recourse to public funds
  • LGBTI Asylum seekers
  • People living HIV positive who have survived intimate partner violence