GaydarRadio in the UK is marking World AIDS Day on 1 December by raising money for the National AIDS Trust and auctioning digital radios that have been signed by a host of stars, including George Michael, JLS, The Wanted, Olly Murs, Steps, Stephen Fry, Paul O'Grady, Gary Barlow and Kelly Rowland.
Bidding starts on Wednesday 23 November on eBay and runs until December 3.
NAT is the UK’s leading charity dedicated to transforming society’s response to HIV. They provide fresh thinking, expertise and practical resources. They champion the rights of people living with HIV and campaign for change. GaydarRadio is urging people to dig deep and show their support for this incredible charity whose work, both on the front-line and behind the scenes, has a direct positive impact on the lives of those who are HIV+ in the UK.
With Christmas fast approaching these are the essential ‘money can’t buy’ presents for someone you love. Top tip: if there’s a radio you’re particularly after, why not add it your ‘watch list’ so you don’t miss out!
The theme of this year’s World AIDS Day event is Act Aware, which means finding out the facts about HIV and using this knowledge to protect yourself and others from HIV infection. Many people do not understand how HIV is transmitted, how it can be prevented, or the reality of living with HIV today. People living with HIV can also still face stigma and discrimination from society.
To bid on the radios, click here.