Birmingham HIV activist joins National AIDS Trust’s World AIDS Day 2023 campaign

Catherine Muxworthy September 14, 2023

Birmingham-based artist and HIV activist Garry Jones is one of three faces leading National AIDS Trust’s (NAT) Rock the Ribbon campaign for World AIDS Day 2023. Jones was pivotal in conceptualising, campaigning for and fundraising for Birmingham’s HIV & AIDS Memorial alongside several other campaigners. Additionally, he has led various other projects including the Birmingham HIV Memorial Quilts which have been on display across the city.

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Fundraising News

The Sussex Beacon to hold bucket collections at Brighton Station on World AIDS Day – Thursday, December 1

Graham Robson November 25, 2022

Staff and volunteers will be donning colourful hoodies, braving the cold and cheerfully collecting as much as possible, to help raise much needed funds.

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Strictly’s Dr Ranj to open giant dance mat game for World AIDS Day 

Besi Besemar November 30, 2018

Star of ‘This Morning’ and ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ Dr Ranj Singh will put his dancing shoes back on today, World AIDS Day when he will be the first to use a one-off dance mat which animates a dancing red ribbon on a giant outdoor digital screen.

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Sherrie Silver shows the world how to Rock the Ribbon

Besi Besemar November 28, 2018

A video narrated by Stephen Fry, showcases the dance skills of the choreographer who directed Childish Gambino’s smash viral hit This Is America earlier this year, has just been released to highlight the National AIDS Trust (NAT) new message to Rock The Ribbon this World AIDS Day on December 1.

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