Red Scarf needs knitters! Join us today by making a Red Scarf to raise awareness and end stigma in our community.
Since 2012, our community has handcrafted over 6,000 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. These scarves are tagged with important information about HIV to raise awareness and end stigma in our community.
We kindly request that scarves are knit/crocheted using red yarn and measure about 6" x 60" (15cm x 150cm). If you have the capacity to purchase your own yarn, please do. We are happy to provide yarn to those who could otherwise not participate thanks to a donation from Union Gas. You can pick up yarn at reception during our regular business hours Mon-Fri, 9-5. Please contact Fran at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Please donate scarves to #30-186 King St, London, ON. The sooner the better, as we label the scarves in advance of World AIDS Day. Please note that we accept them all year round.
Visit redscarf.ca/knit for details on how you can get involved!