29 April 2019Walk to support HIV testing in schools and churches
Our June sponsored walk is raising funds for test kits for the remainder of 2019.
Between July and December our volunteer teams will test 5,000 people for HIV/AIDS in schools, churches, prisons and in our Jos headquarters. The test is quick and accurate, giving people a reliable indicator of whether they have the infection.
Each test kit is used just once, costs £1, and includes a needle for the thumb prick to release a blood sample, chromatographic test strip, cotton wool swab and disinfectant.
Last year we tested 11,228 people and expect to test a similar number again in 2019. Already in the first three months of the year we have tested 2.640 people.
Great views of London
Please do join us for our circular walk around Box Hill on Saturday, 1 June. Our circular 12-mile (20km) walk takes us along the beautiful Mole Valley and up and over Box Hill with its spectacular views of south London and the North Downs.
We will be crossing the Mole River via the iconic Stepping Stones, passing Box Hill Fort, Salomon’s Memorial and Labillierie’s Grave. Lunch is in the delightfully quaint village of Mickleham.
For full details on the walk including registration and sponsor forms, email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are not able to walk please do support our walkers who include all our UK trustees as well as Isabelle and Mark Hopkins. Full details are on our fundraising page at …