In proud support of

Scroll to see what Red Scarf achieved in 2017 thanks to you and our community.

$25,000

over

raised in support of RHAC's free client programs and services.

Total funds raised from concert proceeds, donations, and pledges.

1,000+

concert-goers at the Red Scarf

benefit concert.

1,827

red scarves handcrafted by volunteer community members.

Thank you

to everyone who supported Red Scarf 2017. We are so grateful to all who attended the Red Scarf benefit concert, and to The Trews for an outstanding performance in support of HIV/AIDS. Every year, we are incredibly humbled by the support and compassion of our local community. To everyone who handcrafted a red scarf, and to those who wore one with pride, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Thanks to you, Red Scarf is spreading awareness and stopping the stigma surrounding HIV/AIDS. We would also like to thank community members who donated and pledged to this year's campaign. You have helped us make a profound difference for people living with, at-risk for, and affected by HIV/AIDS here at home. Thank you from RHAC.

Our 2017 Sponsors

 

FM96

Harrison Pensa

McCormick

Scotiabank

The London Free Press

Skrypnyk Group

General Dynamics Land Systems—Canada

ECS Cares

McFarlan & Rowlands

Patrick's Beans

Best Western Plus (Lamplighter Inn)

Oliver & Associates Employee Charity Fund

Union Gas

Dancor

Daniel Kelly Wealth Management

Lexcor Business Lawyers LLP

Our Community Partners

City of London

Mayor Matt Brown

London Music Hall

Covent Garden Market

Citi Plaza

London Local Gift Co.

The Bray Family

The Memory Walkers

Lilka Young

John Hassan

Middlesex-London Health Unit

EatDrink Magazine

Andrew Rosser

Pride London Festival

Kathleen Holland

Western Dignitas 

Dr. Lisa Jakubowski

Brescia University College School of Leadership and Social Change

Moxie's Bar & Grill - London

Micha's Place

TD and GOPride London

Dan Knight and the Change Makers

TOAST London

Perth District Health Unit

Huron County Health Unit

Lambton Public Health

Laurie Krempien-Hall

Revel Café (Stratford)