Give something different

Give your feedback

We want to make sure the resources we provide are useful and relevant to you. Our online and print resources are constantly under review and we aim to ensure that the views, ideas and comments from our users are integrated into the ongoing development of our resources. NAM believes that resources that have been shaped by their users are more likely to be useful and helpful.

If you are living with HIV or working to support HIV-positive people, donating your comments and feedback is incredibly valuable:

  • You might have read one of NAM’s resources and think it was useful or have some ideas for improvements.
  • Are there any topics or issues you would like to learn more about that we don’t currently cover?
  • Is the information we provide on a topic too simple, too complicated or just right?
  • Do you have ideas about a new type of resource that would help support you?
  • Do you have good ideas for how to get people involved in developing materials – questionnaires are useful but not everyone likes doing them! – how else can people get involved?
  • How can we make it easier for you to comment on our resources?
  • Are you happy to join our ‘users’ panel and take part in focus groups or one-to-one interviews, over the phone or  in person?

All feedback is kept confidential. Please contact us with your ideas and comments, or find out more about what we do with your feedback.

Give your expertise

The NAM team has a huge range of skills and specialisms that we draw on every day to deliver our work. We are the first to admit that we don’t have experts in ‘everything’ at NAM so it is important to us to be able to ask for help when we need it and draw on external expertise when we know we have gaps in our own experience or knowledge.

If you or your company are looking for a philanthropic challenge and can donate advice, time or resources then please get in touch.

Early stage projects include:

  • Using our strategy to drive our social media communications more effectively
  • Bringing resources to life – YouTube, Facebook, Flickr
  • Mobile phone technologies – how can we capitlise on the explosion in mobile technology to help get information about HIV out to a wider audience
  • Thinking creatively about donor fundraising
  • Market research – we are always talking to our audiences in the UK and internationally.

We can offer you

  • A creative and dynamic team receptive to new ideas and fun to work with
  • Robust evidence to demonstrate how your help has made a difference
  • A 'feel-good' factor.