About this charity:
NAT is the UK's leading charity dedicated to transforming society's response to HIV. We provide fresh thinking, expertise and practical resources. We champion the rights of people living with HIV and campaign for change. Shaping attitudes. Challenging injustice. Changing lives.
Desktop / Portable Radio
DAB, FM, Internet
Alarm Clock, Autoscan, Built-in Speaker
World AIDS Day Celebrity Auction
BE AWARE AND ACT AWARE THIS WORLD AIDS DAY
GaydarRadio are marking World AIDS Day on 1 December by raising money for NAT (National AIDS Trust). We'll be adding a suitable musical accompaniment to the occasion by 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.
Up for grabs are the super cool PURE ONE Flow internet-connected digital radios that have all been signed with a silver flourish by the gay friendly high-profile stars. In fact, they're the perfect way to listen to GaydarRadio!
Part of PURE's internet radio range, ONE Flow combines digital radio and FM reception with a Wi-Fi connection, to provide you with a world of listening. Enjoy internet radio, listen again programmes (where available), podcasts, PURE Sounds and music streaming when you're in range of your wireless network, and digital and FM radio wherever you are.
We need your support to raise a massive amount of money before the auction closes on the day after World AIDS Day. And remember, all of the money raised from the auction is going directly to NAT.
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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.
Want to do something about this? Visit HIVaware.org.uk - a fun, interactive new website which provides all the information everyone should know about HIV.