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AIDS Walk Los Angeles, California’s largest AIDS fundraiser happens, as it does every year, in the city of West Hollywood this Sunday, October 14, 2012.
As usual, more than 30,000 participants are expected to throng the Creative City’s civic center along San Vicente Boulevard between Melrose and Santa Monica Boulevard to gather, hear the opening ceremonies and begin the nearly four mile circular walk (cut by one-third this year due to the space shuttle Endeavour’s move).
The crowd during AIDS Walk 2010. Photo by WeHo News.
They do so to raise money to prevent the spread of HIV and to help HIV/AIDS sufferers live a better quality of life.
Each day, seven Angelinos are newly infected with HIV.
More than 60,000 in the Los Angeles area already live with the disease, and over 11,000 access APLA’s life-sustaining services, which offer medical care, food, housing support, and other vital necessities to those of lowest income.
The agency also provides the county’s largest network of HIV prevention programming, testing and counseling, and robust advocacy at the local, state, and federal levels.
AIDS Walk Los Angeles is the single largest source of support for this critical work.
This 28th annual AIDS Walk Los Angeles (AWLA) begins with an aerobic warm up at 9:00 AM on Main Stage at San Vicente Boulevard north of Santa Monica Boulevard.
The Opening Ceremony on the Main Stage at San Vicente Boulevard north of Santa Monica Boulevard is at 9:15 AM and the walk is scheduled to begin at 10:00 AM
Price is Right host Drew Carey will once again be among presenters during the Opening Ceremony festivities on the Main Stage.
Drew Carey, star of television's Price is Right, will once again make a guest appearance at AIDS Walk LA in WeHo. photo by WeHo News.
Other confirmed celebrity guests for that ceremony include: Sophia Bush (“Partners”), Christa B. Allen (“Revenge”), Leslie Bibb (“GCB,” “Popular”), Barrett Foa (“NCIS: Los Angeles”), Daisy Fuentes (Television Host), Christopher Gorham (“Covert Affairs,” “Popular”), Dot Marie Jones (“Glee”), Pauley Perrette (“NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigation Service”), Andrew Rannells (”The New Normal,” “Girls”), Jai Rodriguez (“Queer Eye for the Straight Guy”), Michael Urie (“Partners”), the cast of MTV’s “Awkward” including Jillian Rose Reed, Nikki Deloach, Jessica Lu, Molly Tarlov, plus a special reunion with cast members from the critically acclaimed TV show “Popular” including, along with Bibb and Gorham, Bryce Johnson, Tamara Mello, and Carly Pope.
“The Voice” contestant Jamar Rogers will perform, Norm Lewis (“Scandal”) will close the Opening Ceremony with his performance of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “You’ll Never Walk Alone.”
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, West Hollywood Mayor Jeffrey Prang, and Chair of APLA’s Board of Directors Tom Whitman will speak about the current HIV/AIDS crisis in Los Angeles County and the vital work of APLA, lead beneficiary of the landmark event.
The pols and officials invariably show up at AIDS Walk LA to show their support for the cause. Pictured here are Howard Berman, Henry Waxman and Zev Yaroslavsky. Photo by WeHo News.
Other elected officials expected to attend include: United States Representatives Howard Berman and Adam Schiff; California State Senators Curren D. Price and Rod Wright; California State Assembly members Betsy Butler,Mike Feuer, Isadore Hall, and Ricardo Lara; Los Angeles City Council members Paul Koretz, Paul Krekorian, and Jan Perry; Los Angeles City Attorney Carmen Trutanich; Los Angeles City AIDS Coordinator Ricky Rosales; Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent John Deasy; and West Hollywood City Councilmembers John J. Duran and John Heilman.
About AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA): AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA), one of the largest nonprofit AIDS service organizations in the United States, provides bilingual direct services, prevention education, and leadership on HIV/AIDS-related policy and legislation.
With nearly 30 years of service, APLA is a community-based, volunteer-supported organization with local, national, and global reach.
The local elected also turn out in force. In 2010, John Heilman (l), Abbe Land, LA council member Tom LaBonge, Jeffrey Prang, Lindsey Horvath and LA Council member Paul Koretz posed for this photo. Photo by WeHo News.
About AIDS Walk Los Angeles: Since 1985, AIDS Walk Los Angeles has raised more than $72 million for HIV programs and services throughout Los Angeles County, and has grown into one of the largest AIDS fundraising events in the country.
In 2011 alone, 30,000 participants, many of whom were members of 1,600 corporate and community teams, raised nearly $3 million for AIDS Project Los Angeles and 20 other AIDS service organizations. For more information, visit aidswalk.net.
About MZA Events: AIDS Walk Los Angeles was founded in 1985 by Craig R. Miller and his organization of activists, MZA Events.
Mr. Miller is the AIDS Walk originator and has produced hundreds of public service campaigns and fundraising events, generating more than $368 million for major AIDS organizations throughout the country.