World AIDS Day

is December 1

Every year, Red Scarf brings our community together to end stigma and raise awareness around HIV. With your support, we can continue to make a difference in the lives of our clients living with, at-risk for and affected by HIV/AIDS. Get involved by knitting or wearing a Red Scarf, making a donation, or joining our World AIDS Day Virtual Vigil on December 1.

 

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

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.

 
In the Community
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Support Red Scarf at
Local Businesses 
Covent Garden Market
130 King St., London, ON

10:30 AM - 3 PM
Pick up a scarf, make a donation, and learn more!

December 1

Visit one of the participating stores to make a donation and pick up a Red Scarf.

Know HIV.

HIV/AIDS awareness starts with you.

Get the facts about HIV/AIDS today.

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