Alan Wong (Anti-Stigma and PLHIV Support Team)
“What I appreciate most of services of AIDS Concern to people living with HIV is the non-judgmental peer support rationale that both supports and empowers them. We do not offer service that demands people to listen and follow, but proactively become bosom friends with them to facilitate through their hard times and treatment processes.
Mandy Cheng (Corporate Partnerships and Events Team)
This year (2015) I have been working with AIDS Concern for 12 years. Our organization manage to have great development in past decade, from only some ten employees in the past, to now where we have more than 40 full-time colleagues and a health service testing center. I am so delighted to witness our past five-years strategic direction is realised too.