Jaron and I are running our first 5K together as the Stunner Runners!
We are both relatively fitness minded (him more than me lol) and thought running a 5K would be fun! We are also running for a cause that helps to raise money for people affected by HIV/AIDS. The HIV infection is often stigmatized to being transmitted through the gay community, but that is not true. HIV can be transmitted to anyone. Being a part of the LGBTQ community, we are running to try and stop the stigmatization of HIV and also raise money to help with treatment and research of HIV.
We are accepting donations that would be given to the AIDS walk of Columbus and also support so we can make it through the run!
Anything helps, thank you so much!
Do you know what U=U means? It means we now have the ability—through HIV testing and treatment—to stop HIV in its tracks. Because with routine treatment, people living with HIV can reduce the amount of HIV in their blood until it is undetectable and cannot be transmitted to sexual partners. Undetectable=Untransmittable.
We've recently accepted the challenge to participate in the 2019 Dr. Robert J. Fass Memorial AIDS Walk Ohio, the largest HIV/AIDS fundraising event in the state and I am writing to ask if you would consider making a tax-deductible contribution in support of my AIDS Walk Ohio fundraising goal.
Together our contributions will support Equitas Health’s critical medical, dental, counseling, and support services to those living with HIV, and render the virus untransmittable across our state.
Here’s why your donation—whatever amount you can give—matters:
Let’s be part of this game-changing era together.
Your contribution to AIDS Walk Ohio would mean a lot to us and to those living with HIV in Ohio. You can click on the link to the right to pledge your donation online or use my information below to send a check made out to Equitas Health.
Equitas Health thanks you for your commitment to stop HIV in its tracks. We thank you for helping me support a cause that matters so much to us.