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And what’s gained when a long-running Palm Springs AIDS walk fundraiser changes its name to reflect expanded health services?
Funds from AIDS Walk Philly help provide a lifeline in the form of emergency grants to those most vulnerable living with HIV.
The AIDS Run & Walk Chicago raised $520,000, and Howard Brown Health opened its five-story LGBTQ and HIV clinic in Lakeview.
Lily Tomlin presented the “Abbott Elementary” star with the inaugural Sheryl Lee Ralph Legacy Award at Project Angel Food’s fundraiser.
Magic Johnson and his wife, Cookie, were honored at the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation’s annual ball.
Loui J. DeGennaro, PhD, served 18 years at LLS, a nonprofit funder of blood cancer research and clinical trials.
Take a wild ride with Broadway Bares dancers in highlights from the HIV fundraiser. Plus, the online Stripathon made it rain $1 million.
The 38th annual AIDS Walk New York supports GMHC and other HIV and AIDS groups. Plus: Don’t miss the Latex Ball!
Music insider Fred T. Jackson told Men’s Health about the historic benefit concert and life as a Black gay man in the ’90s.
The documentary “Dionne Warwick: Don’t Make Me Over” debuts January 1 on CNN and covers the Grammy winner’s Black and HIV advocacy.
Country music icon Toby Keith was diagnosed with stomach cancer in 2021. “It’s pretty debilitating,” he recently told CMT.
In other Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS news, check out its 2022 Holiday Legends ornament: Billy Porter as Lola in “Kinky Boots.”
A roundup of headlines and pics from the NHL initiative Hockey Fights Cancer. So far, it has raised over $32 million since 1998. [VIDEOS]
Federal HOPWA funding to Jerusalem House will be slashed by 44%. But Atlanta’s mayor signals support for bolstering HIV housing.
These NFL footballers team up with the American Cancer Society for the “Crucial Catch: Intercept Cancer” awareness initiative.
Biden surprised the iconic rocker during a White House concert by awarding him the National Humanities Medal for his HIV and AIDS work.
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