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Red Scarf

Red Scarf is a movement bringing community together to raise real awareness and knowledge about the positive advances in HIV/AIDS treatment and prevention.  Red Scarf stands against stigma to improve the lives of those living with, affected by and at risk for HIV/AIDS in our community.

Red Scarf started in 2012 at Regional HIV/AIDS Connection. Since then, community members have crafted and donated over 6,000 handmade scarves for HIV/AIDS awareness. Like the red ribbon, the red scarf is a symbol of awareness and support for people living with HIV/AIDS. Getting red scarves into the community ahead of World AIDS Day includes our knitting project, red scarf pop-ups, benefit concert, and World AIDS Day vigils.

Over the years we have been proud to see the movement grow to other cities and communities across Ontario and beyond! Learn more at

A Taste For Life

We’re bringing community back together in support of local restaurants and people living with and at-risk for HIV in our community. A Taste for Life (ATFL) returns to London-area restaurants for in-person dining on April 19 for our 20th anniversary! 

Participating restaurants are donating 25% of proceeds on the evening of Wednesday, April 19 in support of client programs and services at Regional HIV/AIDS Connection (RHAC). By dining or donating, you can help make a positive difference in the lives of community members who need our support the most! Can’t make it out on April 19? Order take-out from a partnering restaurant between April 17-23 and donate online. Make a reservation today!


To date Tachycardia has raised over $120,000 for programs and services at Regional HIV/AIDS Connection. Each year in early April, Medical students from Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry give back to London by donating the net proceeds from this three show production. For more information, visit the Tachycardia website. This fundraiser provides important funds for our  programs and support services for people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS and Open Closet, our weekly social support program for LGBT2Q youth.

Tachycardia 2020 cancelled. 

Third Party Event Support 

We are grateful for the ongoing support of our community for helping to bring our fundraisers to life. For more info see how to get involved in fundrasising efforts, visit our Host an Event page.