Kylie Minogue and Stephen Fry have helped Terrence Higgins Trust mark a milestone £1,000,000 worth of donations raised via its charity shop.

The UK’s largest HIV and sexual health charity has been raising money via Boutique in Pimlico, London for almost two decades to help it fight stigma surrounding the virus and support those living with it.

To mark the momentous amount of money raised via the shop, Kylie has donated a limited edition watch, as well as a signed print of her ‘Step Back In Time’ album artwork to Boutique.

Terrence Higgins Trust patron Stephen gifted a collection of his ties, which are known to be his ‘greatest clothing companion’.

“We will not rest until this ambitious goal is achieved” 

“As we endeavour to be the first country to end the HIV epidemic, all before 2030, it is all hands to the pumps as we find the undiagnosed and support those diagnosed to live well with the virus,” Richard Angell, the charity’s Chief Executive, said.

“We will not rest until this ambitious goal is achieved, we hope you won’t too. Boutique is just one of the ways you can support our work and is always open to receiving donations and always worth a browse – I hope to see you in the shop sometime soon.”

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In honour of the fundraising milestone, Terrence Higgins Trust hosted a party at the shop where Angell presented it with a commemorative plaque to mark the occasion.

Boutique is located at 19 Churton, Pimlico, London, SW1V 2LY and is open from 11am to 5pm on Monday to Saturday and 12pm to 4pm on Sundays.