Thousands Walk to Benefit Those Battling HIV/AIDS

New Yorkers participated in the 30th annual AIDS Walk in New York Sunday.

The event helps raise money for about 40 local HIV and AIDS service organizations and care centers. 

That includes government officials such as Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney and City Comptroller Scott Stringer, along with TV show stars and musical guests. 

Organizers say the walks have raised more than $139 million dollars for HIV programs and services in the tri-state area since 1986. 

 

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