Event: AIDS Walk

At this point, it’s more important to participate in the walk.  Please join in this important event.

P.S. CDFi plans future coordinated events with Albany Law School, ie. an announcement soon about a major annual event on Halloween.

Please join Albany Law School’s team for AIDS Walk 2008!  Various
student organizations are participating in this event to help raise
money and awareness for the fight against AIDS.  The walk is:

Sunday, September 28, 2008
1 P.M. Check-In
2 P.M. Opening Ceremonies
Washington Park, Albany

If you would like to participate, please email Patrick Harkins at

If you can donate money, please visit
www.firstgiving.com/albanylawschool to donate money.

Join your Capital Region neighbors as we address AIDS in our community.
Families, people of all ages, students, professionals, community members
from all around are raising funds for AIDS prevention and care.
More than 100 teams representing faith communities, schools, fraternal
organizations, and businesses are already participating.
Whether you are part of a large group or an Individual, we need your
help.  Last year over $120,000 in support of 30 local AIDS service
organizations was raised by just 2,000 walkers.  Imagine the impact you
could make by joining us.  We know you care about your community so why
not join us and participate in AIDSWalk 2008?

Don’t miss out on…
● Entertainment
● Refreshments
● Panel display from the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt
● Educational information and materials
● Confidential and anonymous HIV testing
● A walk in the park for a great cause


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