Providing access to discounted HIV & STI testing for each other

The s.a.m health social fund was initially made financially possible by ViiV Healthcare and – like the entire project – is coordinated by Deutsche Aidshilfe.

In order to ensure the continuation of the fund and thus reduced tests for people in vulnerable situations in the future, we are already looking for further sponsors.

Both organizations and private individuals can support our social fund by making earmarked donations to Deutsche Aidshilfe.

Supporting the s.a.m health social fund

Donation account of Deutsche Aidshilfe e.V.

Deutsche Apotheker- und Ärztebank eG (apoBank)

IBAN: DE97 3006 0601 0003 5005 00

BIC: DAAEDEDDXXX

Purpose: s.a.m health Sozialfonds

As an organization or for larger donations, please contact the s.a.m health team directly at sam@dah.aidshilfe.de or 030-690087-13.

In order for your support to be recognized and taken into account for tax purposes, it is sufficient for donations up to an amount of € 200 to submit the confirmation of your bank (copy of bank statement) with your tax return to the tax office.

For donations over 200 € you will receive a donation receipt from us. In order to be able to issue these, please send your full name and address to:

Deutsche Aidshilfe

Wilhelmstraße 138, 10963 Berlin

T: +49 30 69 00 87 – 0

F: +49 30 69 00 87 – 42

E: dah@aidshilfe.de

Non-profit status

Deutsche Aidshilfe is recognized as a non-profit organization and particularly worthy of support. Donations and supporting membership fees are therefore tax-deductible.

Deutsche Aidshilfe is registered in the register of associations at the Charlottenburg District Court under No. 95 VR 7502.

Would you like to apply for a social fund discount? Register here and mention it at the beginning of the consultation!

Discreet online registration, telephone advice and dispatch by post.

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