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If you'd like to send us a cheque, please make it payable to “AVERT”, and send it to: AVERT, 4 Brighton Road, Horsham, West Sussex, RH13 5BA
Your support is crucial for our work
Members of a Home-Based Care support group run by Umunthu Foundation, AVERT’s partner in Malawi.
AVERT is a charity that relies entirely on public donations from people like you. They allow us to support our community partners in South Africa and Malawi, provide vital assistance through our information and advice service, and mean that we can bring all of the information on www.avert.org to you, absolutely free.
Some examples of how your donation will be used:
|£65 will buy a goat, allowing between 8 and 24 people to access protein from goats' milk in their diet at least twice a week for a large portion of the year.|
|£35 will buy a box of rapid HIV testing kits for use in voluntary counselling and testing (VCT) services.|
|£15 will buy a home-based care kit, supplying caregivers with gloves, a plastic sheet for washing and disinfectants.|
|£10 will buy a household permaculture garden kit, containing garden tools, a watering can and seeds. This will allow one household to have access to a sustainable source of food.|
|£5 will allow vulnerable young people to access information on HIV/AIDS and STI’s via the internet, buying them an internet airtime voucher. Umunthu Foundation’s youth group meet weekly to organise HIV awareness-raising events and discuss issues relating to HIV and sexual health.|