36th annual Aidswalk tucson!

AIDSWALK Tucson is such a fun and beautiful event that has become one of Tucson’s favorites. If you’ve never experienced AIDSWALK, then we highly recommend you come join us this year on Friday, September 27th.

AIDSWALK is a family and pet-friendly walking (or running) fundraiser with the goal of increasing awareness and support for people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS. The money raised at AIDSWALK Tucson benefits Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation (SAAF). Each year SAAF provides services to nearly 1,700 people living with HIV and AIDS and delivers targeted prevention outreach and education programs to over 17,000 people who are at high-risk for infection.

At AIDSWALK, you will have the opportunity to learn more about HIV, to remember those we have lost to AIDS, and celebrate many around us that are thriving each day living with HIV. There will be plenty of entertainment and activities to bring us all together in support of this great cause. This year, AIDSWALK Tucson is partnering with Tucson Pride and will be leading the parade.

AIDSWALK INFORMATION

Friday, September 27, 2024
Armory Park
Downtown Tucson
Registration Begins at 4:00 pm

what to expect

Once you register, your walk experience starts immediately. Exciting things are happening this year! Stay tuned for more information to come.

Fundraising

Make sure you set up your team as a Captain on the QGive platform or you can join an existing team. Once you do that, share it with your friends.

We encourage you to continue to raise funds until September 27th!

Sponsors

Silver Level

Silver Sponsor

Bronze Level

Sponsorship opportunities

Become a sponsor of AIDSWALK Tucson and be a part of Tucson’s long-standing history. Please look at our sponsorship form to the right to learn more about the different levels of sponsorship and all the benefits that come with it.

If you would like to speak to someone, contact Fred Rodriguez, Associate Director of Development, at frodriguez@saaf.org.

AIDSWALK Tucson benefits the programs and services of the Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation.