Delivering food, housing, and health services to people living with chronic illnesses, including HIV and AIDS
Registration now open for the End AIDS Walk
Exciting news about the Seattle AIDS Walk! Three Washington State HIV/AIDS service organizations have joined forces to realign their largest awareness and fundraising events previously known as the South Sound AIDS Walk, the Spokane AIDS Walk, and the Seattle AIDS Walk. The Walks - now the End AIDS Walks - will be held in September.
End AIDS Washington is a collaboration of community-based organizations, government agencies and educational and research institutions working together to reduce new infections to achieve the Governor's goal of reducing new HIV infections Washington by 50% over the next five years. Getting insured, getting tested, getting PrEP, and getting treatment are great ways to help stop the spread of HIV.
Norman is a kind, energetic man who talks with his hands and always with a smile. Originally from Brooklyn, New York, Norman left home in the early 90s. He went through a difficult break-up and was struggling from the loss of his mom. Brooklyn was also home to his HIV diagnosis.