National AIDS Trust

National AIDS Trust

Charity information

National AIDS Trust

The National AIDS Trust (NAT) is the UK’s leading policy and campaigning voice on HIV and AIDS.

Founded 1987

  • Mission statement

    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.

    All our work is focused on achieving five strategic goals:

    • Effective HIV prevention in order to halt the spread of HIV
    • Early diagnosis of HIV through ethical, accessible and appropriate testing
    • Equitable access to treatment, care and support for people living with HIV
    • Enhanced understanding of the facts about HIV and living with HIV in the UK
    • Eradication of HIV-related stigma and discrimination

    Our vision is a world in which people living with HIV are treated as equal citizens with respect, dignity and justice, are diagnosed early and receive the highest standards of care, and in which everyone knows how, and is able, to protect themselves and others from HIV infection.

  • Aims

    National AIDS Trust aims to:

    • To promote public health through effective HIV prevention and early diagnosis of HIV infection.
    • To promote the rights, dignity, health and wellbeing of people affected by HIV, or at risk of HIV infection, in the UK.
    • To advance the education of the public in general (and in particular policy makers, opinion formers and decision-makers) in order to increase awareness and understanding of HIV and AIDS.
  • Overview

    Established: October 1987

    Registered Charity Number: 297977

    Board members: 12

    Full time staff: 13

    Part time staff: 2

    Volunteers: 70

    Phone number: 02078146767

    Address: New City Cloisters 196 Old Street London EC1V 9FR

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