Red ribbons and cake sales to mark World AIDS Day
29 Nov 2017
Cake sales and red ribbon boxes around campus are raising money for National AIDS Trust on Friday, 1 December
The LGBT Staff Network Group ALLOUT is hosting a number of bake sales on Friday, 1 December to raise money for the National AIDS Trust.
Their work helps the millions of people from different communities impacted by this disease.
The University has been supporting World AIDS day for several years and last year we raised a staggering £1,800. We hope you can help pass this total by buying a cake or red ribbon from one of the following locations:
- Arthur Lewis – Ground Floor Foyer 11am - 1pm
- Ellen Wilkinson - Reception - all morning
- John Owens Building – Ground Floor G.006
- Simon Building – outdoor pop-up gazebo
Red ribbons are also available at different receptions on campus: Human Resources, Staff Learning, The Student’s Union, The Chaplaincy, The Library, Alan Gilbert Learning Commons and other outlets.
If you would like to support by having a bake sale or a red ribbon box, contact:
For more information, visit:
We are also delighted to welcome a member of George House Trust to run a session entitled Positively Speaking – the session is FREE but do book at:
Additionally, there will be free rapid HIV testing hosted by the UoM LGBTQ Society and the LGBT Foundation on Friday, 1 December from 10am-4pm in Room 3 of the Students Union. There are also free safe sex materials provided by Sexpression.