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CALIFORNIA: AIDS Walk Announces Double Match Fundraising Opportunities


San Diego LGBT Weekly (08.08.2013) Aids Weekly Plus

San Diego’s AIDS Walk and the San Diego Human Dignity Foundation have created a matching grant program that will allow local HIV/AIDS service organizations the opportunity to earn double matching grants for this year’s event. Each HIV/AIDS service organization that registers an AIDS Walk team of at least 10 runners, walkers, or Street Challenge participants will be eligible. Participating organizations will receive 85 percent of the funds they raise and teams that raise at least $2,500 will be eligible for matching funds from AIDS Walk up to $10,000 per team. Additionally, teams raising at least $2,500 will be eligible for matching funds up to $10,000 from San Diego Human Dignity Foundation. For more information, visit or contact Ian Johnson at or (619) 692–2077, extension 247.


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