32nd Annual AIDS Walk/Run

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For the past 40 years, ACR Health has been on the frontline of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Since our inception, we have expanded our services and are dedicated to destroying barriers to health and equity. Last year, over 13,000 people we served by ACR Health’s youth and family service, health insurance navigation, harm reduction, testing and prevention, and care management programs.

When a member of our community needs help, ACR Health does whatever it can to ensure they receive the services they need without judgement. We are dedicated to continuing the fight against the stigma associated with HIV/AIDS and overdose.  Let’s Unite to End the Stigma!

Join us at the ACR Health AIDS 5K Walk/Run to raise funds for our life-affirming services!  This year, your leashed pets are invited to be a part of the fun! Registration is $35 per person before May 1st then increases to $40.  Participate as an individual, team or corporate team. Anyone who has lost a loved one from AIDS or wants to support the life-affirming work of ACR Health can participate!  Participants will receive a Walk/Run T-Shirt, sponsor giveaways and healthy snacks!  You can also fundraise for ACR Health with your own Walk/Run page and continue through June 30th!

Once again, ACR Health offers the Kids Fun Run! The Kids Fun Run is designed to engage children ages 4 – 12 in physical activity while learning the importance of giving back to their community and supporting a good cause. The 1K course is tailored specifically for young participants.  After the Fun Run, kids can go to the Fun Run Activity Area for fun activities and healthy snacks! Join us for this family-friendly event.

This year, let’s come together and continue to advocate for and empower our most vulnerable community members, all while taking part in the 32nd year of the AIDS Walk/Run and Kids Fun Run experience!  JOIN US!!

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**ACR Health envisions a community in which every person has the opportunity to achieve optimal health and equality.**