Thousands of runners, walkers and joggers enjoyed a beautiful fall day in Piedmont Park to raise funds for the fight against HIV during the 26th Annual AIDS Walk Atlanta & 5K Run.
They ran. They walked. They hugged and held hands. Thousands of people flooded Piedmont Park to help raise what organizers hope will be nearly $1 million for eight HIV charities on Sunday.
The walking is over. The running shoes are tucked away. Chick-fil-A President Dan Cathy collected his medal. The AIDS Walk Atlanta & 5K Run took place two weeks ago with thousands of people in Piedmont Park. But the fundraising hasn...
When thousands of people step off for the AIDS Walk Atlanta & 5K Run on Sunday, they'll be joined by Tori Cooper – an HIV educator who this year became the Walk's first-ever transgender ambassador.
More than 8,000 people registered to help raise funds during the AIDS Walk Atlanta on Sunday, filling Piedmont Park with an emotional reminder of the toll that HIV still has on the region’s LGBT residents.