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Support P Tyrone Smith-Cunha and Rafael Cunha-Smith Raise Critical Funds

P. Tyrone Smith

P. Tyrone Smith

Dear Friends, Family and Colleauges,

My husband Rafael and I are raising funds for the National AIDS Memorial’s team this year at AIDS Walk San Francisco on Sunday July 14th. Since 1987, AIDS Walk San Francisco has raised $92 million for HIV/AIDS organizations in the Bay Area, making it the largest HIV/AIDS fundraising event in northern California!

The National AIDS Memorial is a 10-acre national memorial dedicated to all lives touched by AIDS. I am honored to serve as a board member—my involvement with this organization is deeply rewarding. For over a quarter century the National AIDS Memorial has stood as a marker in history, and will tell the story of AIDS and the AIDS movement to current and future generations, ensuring that we never again repeat the same mistakes.

As a volunteer and consultant for National AIDS Memorial, a majority of the funds I raise through AIDS Walk will directly benefit the National AIDS Memorial, and the rest will benefit other worthy HIV/AIDS organizations. Although a national memorial, the Memorial receives no government funding. AIDS Walk provides critical funding for the Memorial’s ongoing maintenance and programs.

I am asking you to help me reach my fundraising goal of $2,500—please click the button below. Your support will not only benefit the National AIDS Memorial, but will mean so much to me personally. Any amount helps!

On behalf of the National AIDS Memorial and thousands of Bay Area individuals living with HIV/AIDS, I thank you for your support!

P Tyrone Smith
Chief Do-Gooder and Results Conjurer
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raised of $3,000 goal

Recent Donations

1. Lisa Horning
2. Karen Vowell
3. Walter Bowman
Russ Parker and I feel honored to support your fundraising efforts, and to thank you for all that you do!!
4. Murtza Naseem
5. Kevin Pedretti
6. Peter Mattair
I am honored to support you two in this. Let's have an end to AIDS.

Team National AIDS Memorial - 2916