The Walk benefits Whitman-Walker Clinic and people living with HIV/AIDS in the DC Metro area. Donations through the Walk are being accepted through the end of 2008 — you can donate online right here.
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Greetings, Borderstanians. The DC AIDS Walk 2008 is next Saturday, October 4, with a kick-off time of 9:15 a.m. at Freedom Plaza at 14th and Pennsylvania NW. The 5K (3.1 miles) walk/run benefits Whitman-Walker Clinic and people living with HIV/AIDS. Olympic Diving Gold Medalist Greg Louganis is this year’s grand marshall of the walk
If you are walking and raising money, we will be glad to create a link here on Borderstan.com to your donations page. Please send me your information and page link by 5 p.m., Tuesday, September 30. Send an email to [email protected]. I would like to do a posting on Tuesday evening with links to Borderstanians’ AIDS Walk donation pages.
From the WWC DC AIDS Walk Web site:
AIDS Walk Washington is a 5K fund-raising walk/run benefiting and produced by Whitman-Walker Clinic. Whitman-Walker Clinic is a non-profit community-based health organization composed of volunteers and staff who provide dependable, high-quality, comprehensive and accessible health care to those infected with or affected by HIV/AIDS. Each step brings hope. Every dollar promises care. You can make the difference.
- Whitman-Walker Clinic
- DC AIDS Walk 2008 Web site
- Event Information
- Support a Team