The Walk

About the New Jersey AIDS Walk

NJAW-Pic-1-with-verbiage_croppedFor over 20 years AIDS walks have been hosted throughout the state by many different organizations — all competing for the sunniest days and the most walkers. In 2010, a consortium of the leading HIV service organizations joined forces to create the first unified, state-wide, New Jersey AIDS Walk.

With record attendance and beautiful weather, New Jerseyans from a cross-section of socio-economic demographics, joined to fight for a world without AIDS. The New Jersey AIDS Walk ranges from a 5 – 10k loop depending on site. It inspires hope for friends and loved ones who are battling this illness. It’s a day of fun, relaxation, and giving.

The official 2017 New Jersey AIDS Walk will bring together 5 communities — Atlantic City, Asbury Park, Morristown, Newark,  and Ridgewood — in celebration and solidarity for our cause.

Please help us continue a New Jersey tradition of service and charity by participating in the New Jersey AIDS Walk. The funds we raise comprise large portions of the programming budgets for the 5 contributing organizations. They rely on the New Jersey AIDS Walk to save lives.

Join us on May 7th.  Walk with your friends in your own community!