Catholic Ngombe Home Based Care hosts a two-day seminar on behavioural change for 40 HIV positive couples, Zambia © 2007 Nell Freeman for the Alliance A couple both living with HIV, Battambang village, Cambodia © 2006 Eugenie Dolgberg for the Alliance

Make a donation

Here are some examples of how your donation could support the work of the Alliance and its community-based partners:

£20 could buy 500 condoms

The condom remains the only technology available to protect against the sexual transmission of HIV.

£50 could train someone to deliver prevention, care and support services

When local people are trained to deliver services themselves within AIDS-affected communities, they can provide psychological and other practical support.

£100 could help 20 people access voluntary testing and counselling

Voluntary counseling and testing is an important prevention tool, as well as opening up opportunities for treatment, care and support for people who test HIV positive. 

£500 could fund educational materials aimed at people most at risk of contracting HIV

Equipped with essential information, people can learn about the steps they can take to protect themselves, protect their sexual partners and limit the further spread of HIV.

£1000 could provide essential food support for 10 people taking anti-retroviral treatment for one year

Someone taking ARV treatment should eat a balanced diet; this helps maintain health, and assists in absorbing some ARVs into the body.

You are of course welcome to make a donation of any amount you choose – every penny will help our work. Please note that the Alliance must spend its funds in accordance with its mission and as efficiently and effectively as possible. We will therefore use your donation for such purposes as we consider most appropriate at any given time. We are committed to spending as much of it as possible on our work in developing countries.

How to make a donation

Aids Alliance

You can make a one off donation to us by credit card :

Or online at JustGiving or Virgin Money Giving.

You can also send a cheque or postal order made out to: 'International HIV/AIDS Alliance' to this address:

International HIV/AIDS Alliance, 1st and 2nd Floor, Preece House, 91-101 Davigdor Road, Hove, BN3 1RE, United Kingdom.
Please mark your envelope for the attention of Emma Hart.

If you are making a donation by post and are a UK tax payer, please download our Gift Aid form and return it to us with your cheque. The Government’s Gift Aid scheme means that we can reclaim an extra 28p from the Inland Revenue for every pound you give, so your donation goes further.

Alternatively, you can ask your bank to set up a standing order to make a regular donation to us. You will need the following details when you set up the standing order. Barclays Bank PLC, 99 Hatton Garden, London, EC1 8DN. Sort code: 20-82-94. Account number: 20432385.
Please note, if you set up a standing order via your bank, your contact details are not passed on to us, so we will not be able to write to thank you or send you occasional updates on our work. If you would like us to stay in touch, please e-mail Emma Hart with your name and address and we will then add your details to our database of donors.