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Sahir House have been supporting people living or affected by HIV on Merseyside for 30 years, and we need your help to continue!  Fundraising is crucial to the sustainability of our organisation.

There are a variety of ways you can help Sahir House:

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There are nearly 3,000 retailers on board ready to make a donation, including Amazon, John Lewis, Aviva, thetrainline and Sainsbury’s – it doesn’t cost you a penny extra!

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All you have to do is fill in a simple form to register and then get on with your shopping, Sahir House receive a donation with each purchase you make!

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Text donations: GHIV30 £amount to 70070

 

 

Support the Sahir House Strollers, walking the Wirral Coastal Walk
Sahir House have a team of walkers participating  in this year Wirral Coastal Walk on Sunday 18th June 2017.  A 5, 10 or 15 mile charity walk from Seacombe to Thurstaston taking them along one of the most scenic coastlines in the UK.  Each stroller is taking time out of their busy lives to fundraise for Sahir House, all you have to do is sponsor them by clicking on the link below and make a donation.

Make a one off or regular donation to the General fund
The statutory funding Sahir House receive provides the bulk of the mainstream services, whilst any other specific funding for other services such as the hardship fund is raised by ongoing fundraising throughout the year.
You can support Sahir House by making a one off donation or a regular donation by pressing this donate button:

Purchase a Now+ThenAD signed prints T-Shirt
Three decades of HIV in Merseyside
100 limited edition t-shirts designed by Andrew Dineley, to raise funds for Sahir House.
T-shirts are £15 each (+ £3 P&P).
Click on the button to make a payment for your limited edition t-shirt(s)

Much needed funds go towards helping people living with HIV, raise awareness within schools and workplaces and help during hardship times with food parcels

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