World Aids Day is on Tuesday, December 1. To mark this special day, National AIDS Trust (NAT), the UK’s HIV rights charity, has teamed up with the charitable shopping app Kindred to create a range of products raising HIV awareness as they call on the public to #RockTheRibbon.
From stylish organic cotton t-shirts adorned with the iconic HIV awareness red ribbon to handy travel cups, the collection gives shoppers the chance to show their solidarity for people living with HIV this World Aids Day. One-hundred per cent of the profits from the sale of products will support the vital work of NAT.
Sharon Coleman, Director of Fundraising at NAT, said: “We’re delighted to be working together with Kindred on this exciting range of products for World Aids Day and beyond.
“We’re encouraging everyone to Rock the Ribbon on 1 December and hope these products encourage people to show their solidarity for people living with HIV year-round.”
Aaron Simpson, Chief Executive Officer at Kindred, added: “We are thrilled and honoured to help and support NAT for World Aids Day 2020 to raise urgently needed funds at this time.
“At Kindred we love to make charitable donations effortless by simply shopping online. Every penny counts and we hope that everyone can join in and buy a little something for World Aids Day and for Christmas stockings and presents to help out NAT. Thank you for your support.”
The full collection can be found by CLICKING HERE