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- $13 for one walker registration (a $25 value)
- $18 for one runner registration (a $35 value)
This year's AIDS Walk takes place on Saturday, October 26, and begins and ends at Freedom Plaza. Activities start at 7 a.m., with an uplifting program of music, speakers, and warm-up exercises scheduled for 8:15 a.m. The 7th-annual 5K timed run begins promptly at 9:15 a.m., and the 27th-annual AIDS walk steps off at 9:20 a.m. All registered participants receive a free T-shirt.
AIDS Walk Washington DC
It's estimated that in the District of Columbia, one in every 20 adults is HIV-positive. On a wider scale, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that more than one million Americans are living with HIV—and up to one-third of them are unaware of it. AIDS Walk Washington DC first took to the streets on June 28, 1987, in an effort to increase awareness and raise money in the fight against the HIV/AIDS epidemic. It's an event that has taken place annually ever since, and one that has grown to include a timed runners' portion and a packed schedule of pre- and post-race activities.
Today, Whitman-Walker Health—a non-profit, community-based organization that strives to make high quality care accessible to those affected by HIV/AIDS—orchestrates the AIDS Walk. On the event day, Whitman-Walker unveils its most prominent honor: the Courage Award, given to an individual living with HIV or AIDS who has demonstrated extraordinary behavior in fighting the disease. The day's recognition doesn't end there. A post-race celebration exalts the walk's collective accomplishments, including acknowledgement of top fundraisers.
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“This was a great event with a good turnout. The course was good with no hills. There were plenty of stations with water. Every energetic staff along the course to...”
“This was a great event with a good turnout. The course was good with no hills. There were plenty of stations with water. Every energetic staff along the course to encourage you.”