20 Years of AV200 - We're still fighting AIDS/HIV!
The AIDS Vaccine 200 mile turns 20 years this May! Not only is this a huge milestone in the ongoing fight against AIDS/HIV - we are closer to having a vaccine but we're not quite there yet - it's also the start of a new route and set-up for the ride. On May 20th and 21st, we're still riding 200 miles in 2 days but we're leaving from and returning to the Oxford Campus of Emory University near Covington to avoid having to ride through heavy traffic in and out of Atlanta. And, we still need your support to help us raise much needed funds for our beneficiaries.
The AV200 is the only AIDS ride in the country where all of the money raised goes to our beneficiaries including the Emory Vaccine Center which does important research into finding a cure for this global pandemic that still kills almost 1 Million people a year as well as six other local AIDS support organizations. The operating cost of the ride is covered 100% by sponsorships.
This is my 8th year riding and once, again, I will join Team Jerusalem House wich provides housing and services for individuals and their families affected by HIV/AIDS in Atlanta. Please support my efforts and the ride with your donation. Any amount counts - and our beneficiaries, especially the Emory Vaccine Center and their scientists, appreciate your generosity.
With deep gratitude,
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