Winter Walk for AIDS

The 22nd Annual Winter Walk for AIDS is a one-mile walk / 5K Fun Run that raises vital funding for Triad Health Project's direct client services and prevention education programs.

 

Triad Health Project’s Winter Walk for AIDS Cancelled due to Winter Storm

The 22nd Annual Winter Walk for AIDS was cancelled.  The safety of our participants, volunteers, and supporters is and has always been our top priority.  The issuance of an Ice Storm Warning for the area on Sunday led us to make the very difficult but necessary decision to cancel the Fun Run and Walk.

“It is with very heavy hearts that we make this call,” says Addison Ore, Executive Director at THP.  Ken Keeton, Director of Development and Community Involvement adds, “This is the first time in the event’s 22-year history that we have had to cancel Winter Walk.  We always look forward to seeing a large and diverse crowd rallying together in support of people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS.  Their support and love encourages our work.  We are confident that the caring people of this community will help us overcome this unfortunate turn of events.”

We want to express our deepest thanks to all of the generous sponsors, participants, volunteers, and supporters who have given their hearts and souls to this year’s event, and we hope that the community will join us again in 2014. 

What is Winter Walk?

The Winter Walk for AIDS is a community one-mile walk and 5K Fun Run that raises money and awareness to benefit Triad Health Project's client services and prevention programs. The walk promises to be a powerful and moving experience as we remember those lost to HIV/AIDS and look to a future when this epidemic is defeated.