Register today for the 2016 Scotiabank AIDS Walk Calgary

crowdThe Scotiabank AIDS Walk will take place on Sunday, September 18, 2016, at Eau Claire Plaza. Bring your friends and family for good times, great food, live entertainment and family friendly activities. Join us and have fun while raising funds for a good cause!

Why get involved?

Your participation in the Scotiabank AIDS Walk will demonstrate support for Albertans who are living with or at risk for HIV. In 2014, Alberta had the third highest rate of new diagnoses in Canada, with over 6,500 known diagnoses. Of these, Calgary had the highest proportion at 7.5%.

About the Scotiabank AIDS Walk

The Scotiabank AIDS Walk was founded 30 years ago, and remains Canada’s most important HIV fundraising and awareness event. To date, it has raised over $41 million dollars nationwide. Last year’s Scotiabank AIDS Walk raised over $700,000 that benefited more than 31 community-based organizations across the country. Locally, HIV Community Link raised $91,354 to support programming in Calgary, Medicine Hat and Brooks.

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This is your chance to make a difference

The Scotiabank AIDS Walk’s participants play a vital role in ensuring the event’s continued success. Our fundraising goal this year is $100,000 and we need your help to reach it! So, gather your friends, family, colleagues, and community members and register today. You can start fundraising or on the website (click here) or in person.

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The day begins at 11am with live entertainment. This year’s route will take walkers on a 3km stroll along the Bow River; heading west from Eau Claire Market to Calgary’s Peace Bridge. Crossing the river, walkers will then head east to the bridge entering Prince’s Island Park coming back across the river and back up to Eau Claire Market for food, music and entertainment! We will have prizes for top fundraisers and many other surprises

Let us know if you have questions

Email Nolan Hill at nhill@hivcl.org or give him a call at phone (403) 508-2500 ext. 128