Izzy Canonigo - F2 Staff
Coming Soon! WA AIDS Council's online shop for all of your safe sex needs.
Get condoms, lube, dams and so much more delivered - at amazing bulk prices!
You'll be protecting your sexual health and helping the Council serve our community at the same time. Stay tuned!
If you simply can't wait, please contact Tania at firstname.lastname@example.org or 9482 0000. You can download a brochure here (right).
The WA AIDS Council receives Government funding, but cannot rely solely on this income to provide the full range of services we do.
That is why your generosity is so important.
We are fully committed to supporting people living with HIV, and to preventing further transmissions, with testing, treatment and education.
With your help, we can end HIV in Western Australia.
How to donate
To donate, call the head office on 9482 0000 and we can accept donation by credit card;
or, send an email to Tania at email@example.com for other payment options.
To donate via Paypal, simply click on the yellow DONATE button below. You do not need a PayPal account, you can simply use a credit card if you wish.
To download a bequest form, click the image below.
HIV Positive Representative
Darren acquired HIV and hepatitis C in the early 1980s through blood products. Darren is married with 3 children and he has served on the Haemophilia Foundation of WA for 12 years during the late 1980’s and early 1990’s and represented WA in national forums. Darren was involved in several successful campaigns to gain better treatments for people living with HIV and Heamophilia. He has a Medical Technology Certificate IV (TAFE) and a degree in Mediation from Curtin University. He has just written and published a book based on his life story and dealing with HIV and Hep C and is currently working as an executive coach and motivational speaker. Darren has served on the Board since 2010.
Asanka is a legal practitioner who was admitted to practice in 2009. Asanka practices as a Barrister at Francis Burt Chambers and specializes in all aspects of personal injury law. Asanka is also Secretary of the WA Bar Association (Inc) and serves on its Diversity Sub-Committee. Asanka is a member of the Law Society of Western Australia and sits on its Personal Injury & Workers' Compensation sub-committee.
Asanka has been a sessional lecturer in Occupational Health and Safety (Industrial Relations) at Curtin University. Asanka has been a past WAAC volunteer and has served on its Board since September 2013 in the capacities of Community Representative, Secretary and Vice Chairperson.
The work of the WA AIDS Council is possible, in no small part, due to our incredibly passionate, dedicated and talented team of volunteers. Around 100 active local heroes generously donate their time and skills to fulfill roles such as administration support, community outreach and event assistance.
For full details and general volunteer enquiries, please email Kristina Mitsikas, Volunteer Program Coordinator via firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 9482 0000.
The next Volunteer Information Sessions will be held at WAAC on:
Tuesday 29th August at 6.30 – 8.00pm and Wednesday 30th August at 3.30pm – 5.00pm
Screening / Interview Process – will be held across:
Monday 4th September to Friday 8th September
Induction 1 day Training will be held at WAAC on:
Saturday 16th September at 9.00am – 5.00pm
WA AIDS Council relies on the generous support of our community to deliver the services that improve the health of our clients.
We are privileged to be supported by a number of organisations who provide financial and in-kind assistance.
WA AIDS Council sponsors donate money, products and/or time, for packing safe sex packs, to folding red ribbons, or helping to pack gift bags at STYLEAID.
If you are looking for a way to become involved, while providing much needed motivation and team building for your staff, please contact Mark Reid, email@example.com.