Nine Circles Community Health Centre

Red Ribbon Walk and Run 50/50

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Winner gets half

Winners have been published!

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Every Ticket Helps Manitobans Living with HIV Thrive!

Manitoba's largest fundraiser for those living with HIV is back to continue raising awareness and fighting for a world free of HIV stigma. Buy your tickets for a chance to win 50% of the pot!

Community health starts with community support. Sometimes, people need extra help to live well with HIV and that's where Nine Circles comes in. Our programs seek to address the physical, mental, emotional and social aspects of people’s lives. Your support helps people living with HIV thrive by supporting services beyond basic medical care.

Proceeds support: 

Group-based programming that combats isolation and helps people build strategies to live well and improve their health.

Peer-based programming that provides leadership opportunities and meaningful engage those with lived experience in program planning, evaluation and public communications.

The Nine Circles Food Bank which provides bi-weekly access to supplemental food for people living with HIV who are impacted by food insecurity.

The PHA Fund which provides financial support to people living with HIV for quality of life needs where no other source of income is available

Projects that fight stigma and discrimination in our community.

Already Purchased Your Tickets? Here's How You Can Still Help

Want to help us spread the word and win some other great prizes? Take part in our awareness campaign.

What do clothes, going for a walk, sharing Instagram posts and baking have in common? They're all part of our Awareness Activities! During the week of September 20-26, we will have 7 daily tasks that raise awareness about people living with HIV. Every challenge that you complete means you get another chance to win exciting prizes like a bedroom set, a Bluetooth speaker, gift cards, and many more! Find all the details at

“One of the most difficult parts about living with HIV, is the stigma attached to HIV. After I was diagnosed, I had no idea who to turn to for help, but events like the Red Ribbon Walk & Run help educate the community and remove harmful stigma that can isolate people living with HIV. The resources Nine Circles provides has changed my outlook on life and helped me connect with a powerful community that I didn’t know existed.”

– Lisa Patrick, Nine Circles client