Sahir House has been offering HIV support, prevention, information and training across Merseyside since 1985. Sahir House increases HIV knowledge, reduces stigma and campaigns for HIV positive people’s rights.
We are very excited to announce the successful appointment of our new Chief Executive Officer, Tessa Willow. Tessa has many years’ experience working in the voluntary sector and is no stranger to Sahir House, having provided advice and support to the organisation over many years. She has held a variety of paid, volunteer and trustee roles in local and national charities and community organisations, including 15 years as CEO of Volunteer Centre Liverpool, a member of the boards of NCVO and Volunteering England, engagement and inclusion roles in health and social care, service development and project management roles in mental health charities and many years’ experience of volunteering and campaigning with women’s organisations, LGBT+ groups and mental health services.
Tessa will begin her role as the new CEO on Friday 11th May.
Sahir House provides:
- Support services for people living with or affected by HIV
- HIV prevention, outreach and testing (Wirral)
- HIV awareness and stigma reduction training
- HIV health promotion, resources and information
Sahir House is one of the ten charities to win a 2017 GSK IMPACT Award, have a look at the film here to see why.
Sahir House annual report available here.