An important public service announcment...
Today someone you love has been lost to, or is currently suffering in, their fight against HIV.
This is OUR fight...
This June 3 - June 9, 2018 I will be riding 545 miles from San Francisco to Los Angeles, in AIDS Lifecycle, to raise awareness and money for the San Francisco AIDS Foundation.
Last year, 2,200 Cyclists and nearly 700 volunteers raised $15.1 million for critical HIV/AIDS services provided by San Francisco AIDS Foundation and the Los Angeles LGBT Center. That need will be so much greater this year with so much lost government funding.
I'm working with thousands of other riders, together, to bring an end to HIV/AIDS; to make it a thing of the past. Your donation brings us closer to that goal.
Yes. It’s totally cool if you donate just to keep my ass accountable to spin classes 3x/week, or want to help hold me up WHEN I get to the finish line, or you think it’s funny that my new cycling legs resemble volkswagen beetles. It’s all good and I love you back. But you should also know that your donation truly matters...this is important. This struggle isn’t going away any time soon, but we are seeing improvements; every year the infection rates are lower.
Please click on the DONATE NOW button and give as generously as you can. Any amount will do no matter how small you think it is! It ALL adds up!
Don't forget corporate matching from your employer. If you need help coordinating any corporate matching, please contact me and I will work with donor services to help you. This year Parallax Volatility Advisors is supporting $1500 on my behalf in corporate matching. That’s a full 6% of my goal donations. Thanks Parallax!
MY PERSONAL CONTRIBUTION
I want you know how serious I am about this: I donated the first $3000.00 of my campaign, twice the minimum. And yea, I’ll also be donating blood and sweat to the road and my trainers between now and the ride.
I'm riding for love so others may live. Let's end AIDS, together,
Rider #3408 for AIDS LIFECYCLE 2018
San Francisco, CA
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