AIDS Walk Atlanta

Why We Walk

Walking For Change

While HIV and AIDS have fallen out of the spotlight in recent years, the epidemic is far from over. An estimated 1.2 million people in the US are living with HIV, and about 13% of them don’t know it. AIDS Walk Atlanta works 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 almost 40,000 people living with HIV in Atlanta alone. We walk to remember those who no longer can. We walk to remind you that you are not alone. We walk for change.

Where Does the Money Go?

All proceeds raised at AIDS Walk Atlanta Music Festival & 5K Run go directly to AIDS service organizations here in Atlanta. Read more about the incredible work of our beneficiaries today.


AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF)

AIDS Healthcare Foundation provides medicine & advocacy regardless of ability to pay. They are dedicated to ending the HIV epidemic in Atlanta and beyond as the largest provider of HIV care in the world.


A Vision for Hope

AV4H offers programs to build stronger families and encourage community members to invest in the future. They infuse faith into their mission, recognizing the power of spirituality in transforming lives.



Aniz, Inc is a community-based organization agency that provides services for individuals residing in Metro Atlanta to who are directly infected and affected by HIV, substance use and mental health.


AID Atlanta

AID Atlanta has been providing HIV/AIDS-related services, care, and education since its inception in 1982. They provide comprehensive HIV/AIDS care and services, enriching lives in the Atlanta community.

Bridge of Light

Bridge of Light supports those at-risk, experiencing, or transitioning from homelessness, they provide resources and safe spaces to restore dignity and hope, countering the stigmas of homelessness.


Center for Black Women's Wellness

The Center for Black Women’s Wellness offers low/no-cost healthcare, health education, prenatal visits, financial literacy, and micro-business training. CBWW annually serves over 3,000 individuals.


Georgia Equality

Georgia Equality focuses on pro-equality legislation and electing fair-minded officials and voter education, registration, and mobilization, promoting LGBTQ rights across urban, suburban, and rural areas.

Georgia Harm Reduction


I am Human Foundation


Lost N Found Youth

Positive Health Impact Centers

Thrive SS

THRIVE Support Service's mission is to achieve health equity for Black gay men through direct support, advocacy, and building collective community power. We use innovative solutions to improve support, reduce stigma and link to HIV care and resources.

Trans Women Healing Project

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Whether you’re walking, running, or part of a team, the funds you raise for AIDS Walk Atlanta make a profound impact on our community. To thank you for your hard work, we offer our fundraisers exclusive perks and rewards for reaching specific fundraising goals. Get started today!

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