Extravaganza 2

All That Bex returns to the Old Market for a fabulous cabaret event to raise funds for Martin Fisher Foundation, generously sponsored by Glencairn Consulting Limited   Saturday, July 30 at the Old Market, 11A Upper Market St, Brighton, Hove BN3 1AS. With sensational host Stella Pint, Extravaganza 2 – Glamourpuss features performances from the world of comedy, burlesque and drag. … Read more

An evolving project conceived by Martin Fisher… presented at national conference

The British Association for Sexual Health and HIV was formed in 2003 and aims to promote, encourage and improve the study and practice of diagnosing, treating and managing sexually transmitted infections, HIV and other sexual health problems. The 2022 BASHH conference was held in Sheffield, and one of the amazing presentations focused on the findings … Read more

Generous donation by Eleanor Swift

The Martin Fisher Foundation received a very generous donation of £250 from Eleanor Swift. Eleanor is a medical student at Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS) and was awarded a £250 prize by the British HIV Association (BHIVA) at a recent national conference for BEST poster presentation. Eleanor was the lead author on a piece … Read more

Exhibition in London for the whole of June 2022

The small team at “More to me than HIV” have been working quietly in the background and have some exciting news to share – see details below: Our team are delighted to announce that our exhibition, which was so well received in Brighton, will be on display in London. The exhibition will be on display … Read more

Extravaganza! event raised £3043.84 

In November 2021, All That Bex presented a fabulous, fundraising cabaret event for The Martin Fisher Foundation!! The Extravaganza! event included performances from the world of comedy, burlesque, and drag – and an appearance by Brighton’s very own #NHShero Sister Brandy Bex! We were thrilled to receive an Extravaganza! donation of £3043.84    We would … Read more

Important visit from government minister, Maria Caulfield

#HIVTestingWeek Government minister Maria Caulfield visited Brighton last week to discuss the next steps in reducing HIV stigma and discuss ways to increase HIV testing. Brilliantly hosted by THT Brighton, with collaboration from members of The Martin Fisher Foundation, Lunch Positive, The Sussex Beacon, The Lawson Unit, Brighton Sexual Health and Contraception service (SHAC), local … Read more

The Martin Fisher Foundation receives a £4313.85 cheque from the Co-Op!!

Gill Dean receiving a cheque from the Co-op

Thanks to the Co-op Local Community Fund, the Martin Fisher Foundation received an incredible donation of £4313.85   The coop community fund scheme helps to support local causes, raising £100 Million to support local communities nationwide!! Information on the community fund scheme can be found at https://www.coop.co.uk/local-causes Thank you, co-op!!!!

Historic visit to Brighton by UNAIDS!!

A highly significant visit to Brighton & Hove took place on Thursday 9 September by Winnie Byanyima, Executive Director of UNAIDS and an Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations, in recognition of the city’s collective work on HIV prevention and treatment. Ms Byanyima leads the United Nations’ efforts to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030 and is … Read more

Thank you to the Queen’s Arms, Brighton!

Queen's Arms

The Queen’s Arms, Brighton, very kindly donated £468.30 to the Martin Fisher Foundation!! Thank you so much for you generosity and kindness.     Don’t forget – if you want to make a donation there are a number of options: CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS Alternatively you can simply text       MFF to 70085 to … Read more

Brighton and Hove could help lead the way in eradicating HIV

Benjamin Shelley tests Caroline Luca

Brighton and Hove could help lead the way in eradicating new cases of HIV with a pilot project aimed at extending community testing. The aim would be to catch cases early, when treatment tends to be more effective and cheaper, and to eliminate new cases within 10 years. Responding to a letter by Brighton’s three … Read more