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I’m participating in the 2017 AIDS Walk San Francisco, a 10K fundraising walk to fight the epidemic. The money we raise will support organizations that strive for continued HIV/AIDS treatment, prevention, research, and advocacy in the future!

In the US during 2015:
18,303 people were diagnosed with AIDS. Since the epidemic began in the early 1980s, 1,216,917 people have been diagnosed with AIDS.

Heterosexual contact accounted for 24% (9,339) of HIV diagnoses.

Women accounted for 19% (7,402) of HIV diagnoses. Diagnoses among women are primarily attributed to heterosexual contact (86%, or 6,391) or injection drug use (13%, or 980).

African Americans represented 12% of the US population, but accounted for 45% (17,670) of HIV diagnoses.

Hispanics/Latinos represented about 18% of the US population, but accounted for 24% (9,290) of HIV diagnoses.

Six percent (2,392) of HIV diagnoses in the United States were attributed to injection drug use

Source: cdc.gov/hiv/statistics/overview/ataglance.html

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Personal Overview

So far I've raised 70% of my goal
 
Personal Goal:$2,000.00
Money Raised:$1,400.00

Recent Donations

Heather McCaig
$25.00
Judith Foster
$100.00
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John Donnelly
$50.00

Team Overview

Team Castro Country Club - 0964 has raised 108% of its goal
 
Team Fundraising Goal: $42,000.00
Money Raised: $45,563.69
Team's Top Fundraisers
Billy Thomas
$5,875.00
Steven Scarborough
$5,100.00
Matthew Hansen
$4,365.00



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