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What is Red Scarf?

Join our community to raise awareness, end stigma, and honour World AIDS Day on December 1.

Just like the red ribbon, every Red Scarf is a symbol of HIV/AIDS awareness and solidarity. You can make a difference by wearing a Red Scarf and making a donation to Regional HIV/AIDS Connection in support of our free client programs and services for people living with, at-risk for and affected by HIV. 

Get Involved
Get Involved

Knit and donate a

red scarf for HIV/AIDS.

Attend our World AIDS Day vigil on December 1.

Give a donation to the cause and we'll give a scarf to someone in need.

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In the Community
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Rotary Club of Stratford Christmas Craft Festival

Visit our Red Scarf pop-up at the Rotary Club of Stratford's Christmas Craft Festival.

  • November 10: 5:00pm to 9:00pm

  • November 11: 9:00am to 5:00pm

  • November 12: 10:00am to 4:00pm

Know HIV.

HIV/AIDS awareness starts with you.

Get the facts about HIV/AIDS today.

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