27 February 2012

Sponsor Me at AIDS Walk NYC 2012


I participate in the walk every year from San Diego, California but this will be my first year with AIDS Walk New York. I managed to raise $500 for the walk last year and have decided to go above and beyond this year with an ambitious goal of raising $1000 by the 20th of May. As of Monday, the 27th of February, it has been reported that the walk has raised a total of $737,211 donations.

That being said go ahead and contribute $1, $10, $100 - the important thing is not the level of your monetary contribution but your wholehearted support! Together we can make a big difference! Find my donation page here (http://aidswalknewyork2012.kintera.org/ellestanol).


AIDS Walk is a nationwide event dedicated to raising awareness, support, and research for HIV/AIDS. The funds raised from AIDS Walk New York go to Gay Men's Health Crisis (GMHC), the world’s first and leading provider of HIV/AIDS prevention, care and advocacy, and other AIDS service organizations in the tri-state area.

Learn more about GMHC here.

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  3. Thank you both - the AIDS Walk is a national movement whose goal is to raise money and awareness regarding this devastating health crisis. I show my support every year by participating as a walker for the event. If you follow the link below to my fundraising page you are able to make a donation toward AIDS Walk New York by sponsoring me. Thanks again for your support!

    http://aidswalknewyork2012.kintera.org/ellestanol

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