Mullins Farms Donates to AIDS Walk Los Angeles

VALLEY SPRINGS, CA – August 2011 – Mullins Farms of Valley Springs, CA has contributed to the fight against AIDS with a donation to the 2011 AIDS Walk Los Angeles.

First developed in 1984 by Craig R. Miller, the world’s first AIDS Walk took place during the height of the epidemic, on July 28, 1985 in Los Angeles, California. Combining grassroots activism with fundraising and other campaign strategies to raise both awareness and money, a whopping 4,500 people assembled in front of Paramount Studios and raised $673,000; an incredible amount for the time.

HIV/AIDS Facts & Statistics – Click HERE for the Timeline of the Epidemic via APLA

Since its inception, AIDS Walk Los Angeles has become the largest AIDS fundraising event in California. Each year the event brings together 30,000 participants, raising millions of dollars for AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA).

Beginning with the first walk in 1985, AIDS Walk Los Angeles has drawn over a half-million participants and has raised more than $66 million. With the money raised, the APLA is able to provide vital services to thousands of people in the Los Angeles area living with HIV and AIDS, running the country’s largest network of prevention programs.

Click HERE for the Los Angeles County Statistics and Trends in HIV Infection and AIDS, July 2010

This year, the donation made by Mullins Farms is in support of Shona Borevitz who is trying to reach a fundraising goal of $1,000.

Click HERE to help Shona Borevitz to reach her AIDS Walk Los Angeles goal

Click HERE to register for the 27th Annual AIDS WALK LOS ANGELES happening on October 16, 2011.

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AIDS Project Los Angeles Main Offices
The David Geffen Center
611 South Kingsley Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90005
213.201.1600 Main Line
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