Help me get another gold crown!
Please indulge me once more as I jog your memory: As many of you know, I worked at AID Atlanta in the late 1990s and it was that experience that paved the way to a career in public health. During those formative years I witnessed first hand what incredible good comes out of the prevention and case management services provided by local and regional community-based HIV/AIDS service organizations (ASOs).
Every year AIDS Walk Atlanta & 5K raises vital funds for organizations throughout the metro-Atlanta area that provide essential programs and services to men, women, and children living with or affected by HIV/AIDS, as well as prevention and education services to the community at large.
A few years before doing outreach and education at AID Atlanta, I raised my first fistful of dollars as part of a service project requirement at Berry College when I was vice president of my class. The fundraising that started there continued when I transferred to (less conservative) UGA, where I was lucky enough to organize a couple of AIDS Walk Atlanta & 5K teams while volunteering for then-named AIDS Coalition of Northeast Georgia.
Lo these two decades later, I'm again practically begging those near and dear to contribute to the goodness of ASO programs by showing your support: please help me reach the modest goal I've set for myself at the 2018 AIDS Walk Atlanta & 5K!
"Thank you for your support."
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