Terence Higgins Trust
Terence Higgins Trust is the leading HIV and AIDS charity in the uk.
The Terence Higgins Trust was established as a charity in 1982. Terry Higgins was one of the first people in the UK to die with AIDS. A group of his friends wanted to prevent more people having to face the same illness as Terry. So they named the Trust after him, hoping to personalise and humanise AIDS in a very public way.
The trust offers information and advice on:
For further information about the Trust, and how you can help through donation or volunteering, please visit our website.
- Terrence Higgins Trust
314 - 320 Gray's Inn Road
- WC1X 8DP
- When is it on
- The helpline is open 10am - 8pm Monday to Friday