In addition to hosts AID Atlanta, these LGBTQ and queer-inclusive orgs are scheduled to walk proud for their funds during AIDS Walk Atlanta & 5K Run.
A week after thousands stomped the same grounds for Atlanta Pride, AIDS Walk Atlanta hits Piedmont Park on Sunday, Oct. 21, with an afternoon concert celebration at Park Tavern to follow.
Your worthy donations earmarked for any of these teams helps characterize what their next year helping people looks like.
Follow the links below each photo to find out what year-round good they're doing.
Positive Impact Health Centers
Lost N Found Youth
The Names Project Foundation
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