37th annual Walk to End HIV
On Saturday, December 2nd, I’m participating in the 37th annual Walk to End HIV benefiting the HIV programs and services of Whitman-Walker Health. I hope that you will support me in my goal of raising funds for this important cause. HIV remains an epidemic in D.C. and Whitman-Walker Health focuses on services and education designed to prevent transmission of the virus and provide care to those who are infected.
I’ve been doing this event to support an organization I love since I first moved to DC in 2009. After all these years of volunteering, walking, running (and all of YOUR generous donations) since that first walk, I have now been working as a nurse practitioner for over 5 years at this amazing place that helped inspire me to go to nursing school in the first place! Crazy, right? Please consider donating to my fundraising effort to support Whitman Walker's HIV care.
The Walk to End HIV is a vital part of ensuring we have the resources to continue our support to prevent and treat HIV in our community. That’s why I’m raising funds through this year’s Walk. Your donation will go toward lifesaving services that Whitman-Walker Health provides for thousands of men and women in our area living with HIV and AIDS—regardless of their ability to pay. And you will help fund critical prevention outreach and treatment programs that can help end HIV in D.C..
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