ViiV Healthcare will once again be the presenting sponsor of the annual AIDS Walk and 5k Run. The event will take place on October 21, 2017. in Raleigh's beautiful 308 acre Dix Park. The event will take you through the park with some of the more iconic views of Downtown Raleigh. On October 21st at 9 am be ready to run or walk. All fitness levels welcome to participate individually or as a team. This event is designed for the whole family!
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RUN YOUR TRUTH!
Online registration is closed but you can still register on site at 7am
New this year, we encourage everyone to participate in non-traditional running/walking attire. Don’t want to get dressed the morning of the Walk? Wear your pajamas. Always wanted to run as your favorite Super Hero? Go for it. Tutus and Tiaras? Of course. Into the onesie craze? Wear it to the Walk. Drag? Yas Kween! PRIZES will be awarded to the best Individual Alternative Apparel and the Best Team Alternative Apparel.
“Live your truth. Express your love. Share your enthusiasm. Take action towards your dreams. Walk your talk. Dance and sing to your music. Embrace your blessings. Make today worth remembering.” – Steve Maraboli
Participants who register early will receive a race shirt and bag at the start of the race. Anyone who registers at the last minute will be provided a shirt and bag while supplies last. If you register before September 18th there is a $10 discount from race day registration. If you register prior to race day or packet pickup you receive a $5 discount! Make sure you register early!
At the end of the race you and your family are invited to enjoy an after race party! Awards will be provided to the top 3 Male and Female finishers and the top finisher in each age bracket. All participants will be entered to win fabulous door prizes!
The AIDS Walk and 5K Run is a partnership benefiting The Alliance of AIDS Services, Crape Myrtle Festival, North Carolina AIDS Action Network and the Raleigh LGBT Center.