WELCOME TO MY PERSONAL FUNDRAISING PAGE
YOU + ME = working towards a world without HIV
The Boston's 33rd Annual AIDS Walk & 5k Run is my 5th concecutive year participating as the captain of our team and we are committed to continue to raise awareness and money for AIDS Action Committee.
What continues to be my WHY?
First: In 1988 my brother was diagnosed with HIV and he lost the battle against AIDS in November 10, 1994, at the age of 31 (when he had an entire life ahead of him). And to HONOR him and those who have also lost the battle and to make sure that those who live with HIV/AIDS have a better quality of life and a CURE is found is WHY I do it.
Second: In the late 90s my sister Judith was diagnosed with HIV and we are grateful for all the advances in treatment. Because of it we are blessed to continue to celebrate LIFE with her.
For these reasons, I am asking for you to join me this year. Come walk with us and if you can't physically be here, you can still help us by becoming a virtual walker and sending your donation. When you donate to AIDS Walk & Run Boston, you support tangible efforts to prevent the spread of HIV and care for those already living with the disease. MAKE A DIFFERENCE. DONATE TODAY.
- $30 covers the cost of a client visit with a peer advocate, who provides a link to support services for health and well-being.
- $60 covers the cost to provide an HIV test.
- $100 sends a speaker to a middle or high school to share important prevention and education information
- $300 provides free legal consultation for a client experiencing discrimination due to their HIV status.
- $500 stocks the kitchen at the homeless youth drop-in center for an entire month.
In memory of my beloved brother Albert Mulett (1963-1994).
YOU can help by DONATING TODAY. Why wait?
- You can make a donation by clicking on the "Please support me" section to the right
- You can sign up as a walker and join us for the walk
- You can sign up as a Virtual walker
Kathy Gonzalez & Family