At NAT’s 25th birthday event ‘Spring Awakening – the Silver Soirée’ they exhibited an exclusive collection of special artwork creations from some well known supporters including Annie Lennox. This artwork is designed to help us raise awareness of HIV in the UK and the work of NAT over the past 25 years.
You can view all of the artwork on the Facebook Page here
The NAT champions rights for people living with HIV and works to end the stigma many HIV-Positive people face in society.
Deborah Jack, NAT chief Executive, said: ‘As the financial climate becomes increasingly tough, support from individuals who really care about NAT’s work is more important than ever.
‘This year we wanted to make our event extra special by marking our 25th birthday and we can’t thank our supporters enough for making the event a success.
‘We were delighted to showcase the exclusive Red Ribbon artwork created for us by some of our well known supporters and the feedback received has been overwhelming.
‘All the money raised from the evening will help fund NAT’s policy and campaigning work – changing attitudes, challenging injustice and changing lives.’
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