Okay, so it’s 9:00am on Sunday, 17 July 2005. And, I’m heading out to record the experiences, stories, and views of the 25,000 participants in the 19 Annual San Francisco AIDS Walk. I’ll be back with the results.
AIDS Walk San Francisco 2005 AIDS Walk San Francisco 2005 raised over $3.6 million in support of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation and other Bay Area AIDS service organizations.
Thank you all for changing the course of the epidemic.
The 10-kilometer (6.2 miles) walkathon benefits the San Francisco AIDS Foundation and 45 other Bay Area AIDS agencies. Benefiting organizations are involved in such efforts as supporting treatment access efforts both domestically and in the developing world, conducting cutting edge HIV prevention campaigns, operating nutrition programs, advocating for sound public policy, offering legal support advocacy, and providing critically needed housing assistance.
Since 1987, AIDS Walk San Francisco has attracted the participation of more than 325,000 people, raising over $53 million for the San Francisco AIDS Foundation and other Bay Area service organizations.
The next five blogs are interviews. These interviews are the opinions of individuals in the San Francisco Bay Area Community. No harm of any kind is intended. . . . And each individual’s statements are truly their own ….