Category: CSR, Corporate Responsibility, LGBT+ Network, LGBT+, IOPC, Independent Office for Police Conduct, Fundraising, Corporate Social Responsibility, fundraise, LGBT history, HIV
Many of our Organisational Design, Development & Talent team (ODDT) have been watching the TV drama, 'It's a Sin', about five friends whose lives are tested as they grow up in the shadow of AIDS in the 1980s.
After watching the series, the team felt compelled to do something to help raise awareness.
Treatment for HIV has thankfully come a long way since the 1980s however, there is still work to be done. While the series is a poignant reminder of what people went through in this decade, there are still lessons we can learn today about the dangers of misinformation and how important it is to support others and create an inclusive world.
So, on Monday 22 February the ODDT team dressed in rainbow colours to raise money for the Terrance Higgins Trust, which supports people living with HIV.
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