Help me get Hawai'i to Zero!!
I am walking this year in the 27th Annual Honolulu AIDS Walk on Sunday, April 22, 2018 at 8 a.m. in Kapiolani Park, Honolulu. The AIDS Walk is a fundraiser for Life Foundation and the CHOW Project, the two largest HIV organizations in Hawaii.
I have been working in the HIV field for the past 5 years and have been touched by what a kind, caring, and resilient community I have been blessed to serve. Any contributions today will go directly to funds that will help prevent the spread of HIV and to critical social services and health care for people living with HIV. With advances in treatment, we have the ability to effectively eliminate this disease in our lifetime. We know that when someone is on treatment and achieves an undetectable viral load, we can confidently say with 100% certainty that this person can no longer transmit the HIV virus to anyone. However, many people still do not have access to the treatment that will not only save their lives, but prevent others from being infected with the HIV virus.
I do this work because I am committed to my personal and professional goal of helping Hawaii be the first State to achieve zero new HIV infections (H20). We have an amazing opportunity to help our brothers and sisters, to pick them up during their hardest times. To show that there really is aloha for this community and that we care about their well-being.
I ask that you stand with me and take action knowing that your contribution will make a difference in the lives of our Ohana. Even a donation as little as $5 can buy a meal for someone who went to sleep hungry last night. Every step we take will bring us closer to eliminating this disease.
I am walking to help in the fight against AIDS and I sincerely hope you will support me. Please click 'donate now’ to help make a difference in someone’s life.
Your support is truly appreciated.
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