New York: Annual AIDS Walk/Run in Syracuse Sets Record in Raising More Than $100,000 for First Time
June 6, 2006
About 140 runners and 900 walkers participated in Sunday's 14th annual AIDS Walk/Run in Syracuse, which took in a record-breaking $128,579 to support AIDS Community Resources programs. In 2005, 800 participants raised $83,000. The event's previous record was set in 2004, when contributions totaled $89,000. Organizers credited increased corporate support, more publicity and the interest surrounding the 25th anniversary of AIDS for the fundraiser's success this year.
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