Sink The Pink unveil fierce iMessage stickers to raise money for HIV charity Terrence Higgins Trust

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To mark World AIDS Day, Sink The Pink have released some fierce iMessage stickers to raise money for HIV charity Terrence Higgins Trust.

The popular London club night have chosen some of their favourite things as part of the sticker collection.

From glossy lips to killer heels, the stickers will add plenty of colour to your group chats.

“We’re thrilled that Sink The Pink are fundraising for Terrence Higgins Trust at their 2017 New Year’s Eve event and really appreciate their ongoing support,” said THT.

Related: MPs from across all parties take HIV test to challenge stigma

“Their commitment to standing by the side of organisations like ours and continuing to create safe and inclusive spaces is admirable. We look forward to working closely together in the future!”

All proceeds from sales of the app will go to the Terrence Higgins Trust, and they are available until 31 December, 2017.

You can download the Sink The Pink sticker app here.

Sink The Pink’s next club night at Troxy in London will take place on 2 December and is a Fairytales & Nightmares theme.

Related: What is HIV? The facts and the myths explained



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