HIV Manifesto

We’re calling on the next government to stand with people affected by HIV.

Alongside twenty other HIV organisations, we are asking MP candidates to pledge their support for the HIV Manifesto. We have come a long way since the 1980’s. While stigma and discrimination remain, HIV is now a long term condition and individuals are living with HIV into old age.

HIV treatment in the UK is excellent, but not everyone living with HIV is doing well. The number of people diagnosed with HIV each year remains high and far too many people are diagnosed late with HIV. Services which help people living with HIV manage their condition are facing continued funding cuts.

We have come so far. We can’t stop now.

That’s why we’re calling on the next govenrment to stand with people affected by HIV and prioritise sexual health services.

New chefs!

Meet the fantastic Roger and Lorna! The have joined the TVPS team as our volunteer chefs in the Slough drop-in. Their home-cooked food is delicious and a big hit with our service users, especially the scrumptious deserts! They’re with us on a Thursday, so pop in and say hi!

Volunteer as a Trustee!

We need your unique skills and knowledge! Join us as a Trustee and help oversee the charity, steering us in the right direction. Our board of Trustees are from all different walks of life and they are what makes TVPS great!

The board meet every 6 weeks for 2 hours in the evening.
For more information, or to sign-up, get in touch!

Children in Need Funding

We are absolutely over the moon to announce that, in it’s first funding round of 2017, BBC Children in Need has announced a new grant of £113,567 to TVPS.

The three year grant helps us to provide support for young people affected by HIV in Berkshire. The funding will help facilitate peer group sessions, provide action plans that inspire young people to achieve their goals, advocate for services, ensure that HIV is kept on the youth agenda at a local level and support families coming to terms with diagnosis.