Funded By

Southwark Council

LOTTERY FUNDED

National Lottery Community Fund

WAKEFIELD AND TETLEY TRUST

GIVING WORLD

Welcome to The Ernest Foundation

Hello!! How are you?

We warmly welcome you to the eRNEST Foundation.
Our primary purpose is to empower African men and women suffering from HIV and AIDS to feel confident to discuss and seek support from experts and help diminish the stigma attached to this condition.

The aim is to help people living with HIV and AIDS improve their quality of life and  make people aware of the information and support available to them in their country, which will encourage a better understanding and expertise of their symptoms and condition.

We also understand that this affects the friends and family members of sufferers too and so want to provide support here as well.
The eRNEST Foundation are protected by the Data Protection Act and ensure you that we handle all information with the strictest of confidence.

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We look forward to meeting with you very very soon
May God bless you, your friends and your family!

The eRNEST Foundation

Charity Registration Number: 1116823
Company Registration Number: 5976834

FINAL SET OF STIGMA AND RESILIENCE WORKSHOPS IN NOVEMBER

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We’re delivering our final set of workshops for the Overcoming Stigma and Building Resilience project. The workshops are delivered online via Zoom and open to anyone living with HIV in the UK.

The workshops have been co-designed by peers living with HIV, and are delivered by three fantastic facilitators, all living with HIV from different backgrounds. Over the three sets of workshops delivered so far, we’ve seen the powerful impact of telling diverse stories to help understand ourselves and each other.

The free and confidential online workshops can help people living with HIV to build confidence to tackle stigma – whatever stigma means to them – over the course of three sessions.

Whether someone has been living with HIV for a number of years, or are more recently diagnosed, the workshops support attendees to build a toolkit to understand and address HIV stigma, build confidence and self-esteem, and build resilience for the future.

Please read full announcement here. 

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