AIDS Walk Los Angeles is a 10k fundraising walk benefiting APLA and 20 other L.A. County AIDS service organizations.
AIDS Walk Los Angeles is the world’s first walk to fight an epidemic.
In its 31 years, AIDS Walk Los Angeles has drawn hundreds of thousands of supporters to walk, and millions more to donate, raising more than $79 million to combat HIV and AIDS. The funds raised at the event remain a vital lifeline that sustains APLA’s prevention, care, and advocacy programs for the thousands of men, women, and families affected by the disease in Los Angeles County. Proceeds also benefit more than 20 other HIV/AIDS service organizations that are able to participate and raise funds through the Community Coalition Initiative (CCI).
Attracting 20,000 participants annually, AIDS Walk Los Angeles is one of the most visible, longstanding, and recognizable events in the United States. People of all ages, races, and backgrounds come together each year in a massive, powerful, and inspiring demonstration of compassion and action.
Since its inception in 1985, the event has raised more than $82 million for AIDS Project Los Angeles and dozens of other L.A. County AIDS service organizations.
Our sponsors enjoy tremendous exposure within the AIDS Walk Los Angeles campaign, which generates millions of media impressions that highlight our sponsors and their support of the event and community. Sponsors may be featured on: street banners; subway advertisements; point-of-purchase displays; poster, newspaper, magazine and online advertisements; the AIDS Walk Los Angeles website and social media platforms; and many other innovative and high-profile marketing vehicles.