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Party raises funds against HIV stigma
Melbourne’s Sircuit bar is hosting a fundraising party this weekend for HIV awareness and anti-stigma campaign, ENUF.
On Saturday, March 23, the bar will open its doors for the free men-only event with proceeds helping reach the campaign’s target of $15,000.
DJ Peter McNamara will be on the decks on Saturday with plenty in store for patrons, including hot guys and entertainment.
The national campaign was launched last year by Living Positive Victoria to help end HIV stigma and discrimination endured by people living with HIV.
High profile names such as Ji Wallace and Natasha Stott Despoja have backed the campaign, as well as Melbourne radio presenter Dean Beck and Australia’s top Tough Mudder competitor Deanna Blegg.
The party kicks off from 9pm.