Thanks for visiting my 2020 Ride for Life Chicago page!
Test Positive Aware Network provides essential testing, counseling and support services to area residents living with and at risk for HIV/AIDS every year, and the environment for grants and public funding is tougher than ever. The fight against HIV/AIDS is not over despite great advances in treatment. This effort needs you! Can you help this year?
On September 12th and 13th, I will be cycling 200 miles in support of TPAN on the 2020 Ride for Life Chicago. This is my 9th consecutive year and it's both a challenging and rewarding way to help raise funds for services that are so needed in our community.
It is also my honor to lead Team WCCC once again this year. Over the past 8 years our team has raised more than $225,000 for this cause, and once again we will have a strong contingent of riders and crew for this year's ride. We need your generous help to provide funds for TPAN’s important work in the community
In addition, through my participation and with your support, we will continue to raise awareness around HIV in an effort to reduce the debilitating effects of shame and stigma associated with HIV/AIDS.
Please consider helping with any amount that you can. From covering the cost of a group counseling session, one or more HIV tests and follow-up visits, transportation to and from clinics, and more, you'll be making a real difference in people's lives. Thank you for supporting my efforts and TPAN. Every bit helps and no donation is too small.
Through the Ride for Life Chicago, thousands of donors and more than 300 volunteer cyclists, advocates, crew, and team members help provide care to 2,000 people every year in Chicago and a lifeline of HIV health and treatment information to more than 100,000 people across the country. Our mission is to empower all lives affected by HIV and its many health challenges. The name “Ride for Life” reflects this event’s powerful impact: every mile, every donation and sponsorship, and every volunteer helps save lives through the work of TPAN and our community partners.
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