AIDS Walk/Run 2020

AIDS Walk/Run 2020 Supporting
AIDS Walk/Run 2020

About AIDS Walk/Run 2020

AIDS WALK/RUN CELEBRATES 28 YEARS

Join us VIRTUALLY to celebrate the 28th AIDS Walk/Run this June and help us continue the nearly 30-year tradition of supporting HIV/AIDS prevention and programming in Central New York, and help us lead the charge against substance use, poverty, and stand up for LGBTQ equality.


This is a milestone year for this event as we mark the upcoming 2020 End the Epidemic initiative by New York State Governor, Andrew Cuomo. The 2020 AIDS Walk/Run provides us with a moment to celebrate our triumphs over HIV/AIDS, remember those loved ones lost to the epidemic, and support education to continue to prevent the disease from spreading. 


FORM A TEAM TO COMPETE & FUND RAISE!

Round up your friends, coworkers, or family and form a team! Get creative and show your team spirit with a costume and win the Best Costume award. Ask people to sponsor your team to help a good cause. Click here for some ideas to get your fundraising efforts started and you can earn incentives for your hard work!

Date

Starts at:  June 7, 2020 9:00 AM
Ends at:  June 7, 2020 10:00 AM

Location

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Contact

ACR Health
(315) 898-2599
events@acrhealth.org


Why Participate?

We will not allow physical barriers to keep us from supporting 

the community.  We want to kee everyone safe, but still celebrate

our wins and remember those we have lost.  Join us wherever you

are for this live virtual event!


Join with family, friends, or colleagues.


About ACR Health

ACR Health’s mission is to create healthy communities by opening doors to services that enhance the wellbeing of all. 

ACR Health provides a range of support services for individuals with chronic diseases, including HIV/AIDS; prevention services to keep people free of sexually transmitted diseases and hepatitis C, youth services that equip young people with skills to make healthy choices throughout their lives; and Q Centers for youth to promote equality, celebrate diversity, and create a safer, more accepting and inclusive community for all.



ACR Health is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. To learn more, visit acrhealth.org.