AIDS Walk New YorkWhen: May 20, 2012
Now in its 27th year, AIDS Walk New York is the largest AIDS walk in the country, raising more than $121 million dollars since its inception in 1986. Participants walk 6.2 miles and earn money for their charity through individual and team sponsorships. Proceeds from the walk go to support GMHC, the oldest AIDS service organization in the world that provides care services to 11,000 men, women and families living with or affected by HIV and AIDS, as well as HIV prevention education and testing throughout New York City.
For more information, a directory of other major AIDS walks across the country (including events in L.A. and San Francisco), or to register, go to Aidswalk.net.
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