The 2021 AIDS Walk Atlanta and Music Festival was one for the record books! With your hard work and support, we have raised more than $572,000 to support and care for Georgians living with HIV/AIDS.
Thanks to you our beneficiary organizations will receive much-needed funds to support their HIV-related programming and care. From the bottom of our hearts, THANK YOU, AIDS Walk Atlanta family!
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We had such an amazing time on Saturday. The weather gods surely smiled on us, and we were blessed with GORGEOUS weather and picture-perfect site. Thank you so much for your flexibility with the change in arrival time and adjustment of the location to the middle of the meadow due to the ground conditions.
Sevyn Streeter and Ludacris both brought the house down with their performances. Congresswoman Williams gave an inspiring speech, and Front Row Yogi led a beautiful warm-up to our walk. All day, team spirit was in full effect—congratulations to Top Fundraising Team and Largest Team, AID Atlanta led by Nicole Roebuck. And thank you to sponsors AHF Pharmacy, Verizon, Georgia Power, Coca Cola and Delta Community. It was an incredible day!
Until next year ... all the best!
Why We WalkWhy do we do it?
While the world moves on, AIDS Walk Atlanta takes a stand. We're here, walking for our friends, our neighbors, our loved ones, and our community.
We work to bring attention to this pressing issue, educate and inspire our community to work together, and end the epidemic once and for all.
We walk for the nearly 40,000 people living with HIV in Atlanta. We walk to remember those who no longer can. We walk to remind you that you are not alone. We walk for our city. We walk for a change.
Funds Raised Go to Local AIDS Service Organizations.
The funds you help us raise go directly towards local HIV and AIDS organizations working hard for our community. The proceeds raised through AIDS Walk Atlanta are a vital lifeline sustaining small programs that make a world of difference.