Incommunities staff ‘wear red’ for World Aids Day | News

Sadeh Lok

Incommunities staff ‘wear red’ for World Aids Day

Staff raising funds for World Aids Day 2018

Scores of Incommunities’ workers have helped raise money and awareness in support of the 2018 World Aids Day.

Everyone from managers to operatives wore something red in return for a donation to the National Aids Trust to show their support for this international day (1st December).

World Aids Day brings together people from across the globe to help raise awareness of HIV, challenge stigma, improve education and raise funds. It is also a time when family and friends remember those love ones who have sadly died from AIDS/HIV.

The local fundraising day was organised by Incommunities’ Equalities Steering Group. Collections raised over £100.

Greg Robinson, Incommunities’ Assistant Chief Executive, Resources and equalities lead officer, said: "I am proud of the support shown by colleagues across the group for this year’s World Aids Day.

"It was great to see everyone wear red and connect with the messages behind this important cause.

"A big thank you to our Equalities Steering Group who have been at the forefront of this fundraiser and a number of other awareness events in 2018. They demonstrate our commitment to promote dignity and respect for all and tackle all forms of discrimination."

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