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Join Us for AIDS Walk & Run San Diego!
There is no cure for AIDS. Our best weapon to fight this disease today is through a proven combination of education, testing, and treatment. There are currently an estimated 12,500 men, women and children battling HIV/AIDS in San Diego County.
Despite ongoing education efforts, ONE in FIVE people with HIV in San Diego do not know their HIV status. Moreover, only ONE in THREE people in San Diego who do know that they have HIV/AIDS are routinely able to access HIV primary medical care and HIV medication.
This is why AIDS Walk & Run San Diego exists. On Sunday, September 29th, 2013 over 8,000 individuals, teams, social clubs, local businesses, schools and universities, faith organizations, and more will come together in beautiful Balboa Park to remember those who have been lost to the disease and raise money to support those who are still living with it.
AIDS Walk & Run San Diego has a dual mission to increase community awareness about testing and treatment resources here in San Diego, as well as, to raise critical funds for the direct service providers in our community who are at the front lines of the epidemic. But we can’t do it alone.
Are you up to the challenge?
We hope so! The 24th AIDS Walk and Run San Diego will feature:
- NEW! Centralized route for both the 5k Walk and the Track and Field certified 10k Run
- ALL NEW! "Street Challenge" obstacle course that will test your strength and agility
- ALL New! Revamped festival site with a Health & Wellness focus
Register today, and join us for the largest one-day HIV/AIDS fundraiser in San Diego.
Are you a 501(c)3 HIV/AIDS service provider?
Our grant process is changing - find out how to qualify for double matching funds!
AIDS Walk & Run Photos
To check out photos from AIDS Walk & Run 2012, visit http://aidswalk.sdpix.com.
Every 9 1/2 minutes someone in the U.S. is infected with HIV. As many as 220,000 people do not know they are infected.
Do you know your HIV status? Get tested regularly.
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