New York: AIDS Walk Draws 45,000, Raises $6 Million
May 25, 2012
Last Sunday's 27th annual AIDS Walk New York drew some 45,000 participants to Central Park and raised $6 million for Gay Men's Health Crisis and more than 40 other service groups in the tri-state region. "GMHC has been there from the beginning," U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand said in her remarks to the crowd. "I'm very proud to say that 30 years later, GMHC is still here fighting against this disease, and will win the fight against this disease."
Gay City News (New York City)
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