Year 5 at the AV200!
Dear Friends and Family,
I’m back in the saddle… the bicycle saddle that is. On May 18 and 19, I will once again participate in the AV200, a 200-mile bike ride over two days raising funds to help eradicate HIV/AIDS. This is my 5th year participating in the ride and I have been training hard for the past few months.
1.2 million people in the US live with HIV and 35 million people worldwide suffer from this disease. My adopted home state Georgia has the highest rate of new infections in the country. That's the main reason why I ride!
Will you please support me and this important cause by donating to the AV200? Your help means the world to me and keeps me going on those Georgia hills. Any amount is welcome. 100% of your donations goes to the beneficiaries of the ride including the Emory University Vaccine Center in Atlanta, one of the world’s foremost research organizations focused on eradicating HIV/AIDS, while the cost of putting on the ride is covered by sponsorships.
Thanks so much for your continued support. If you're able to, please join us for the ride finish celebration at the Emory School of Medicine on May 19th, 4pm.
With deep gratitude,
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