Volunteer at AIDS Walk Philly

It certainly takes a village to mount a fundraising event of this size, and we have lots of opportunities for those willing to give an extra hand in the months leading up to and on the day of the Walk and Run.

Hundreds of wonderful, hard-working, dedicated supporters help by volunteering before, after, or in place of walking.  In fact, on the day of AIDS Walk/Run Philly, everyone you encounter—those providing information, handing out water, or accepting your sponsorships in the Donation Tent—are all volunteers, some of whom have been volunteering for many years, and others who are doing it for the first time.

Individuals who volunteer can also register as a member of a team, solicit donations, and turn in money to assist in the overall goal to raise funds for HIV/AIDS services.

Volunteer Opportunities Available at AIDS Walk Philly

ASL interpreters
Break-down assistants
Bus monitors
Certificate Scribes

Information Booth Assistants
Oval Monitors
Quilt Monitors
Reading of Names Volunteers

Route Monitors
Runner Hydration Volunteers
Set-up Assistants
Volunteer Check in Assistants
Water Stop Monitors

If you’re interested in volunteering, register here as a Walk Volunteer, or contact our volunteer coordinator at volunteer@aidswalkphilly.org or 215-731-WALK.


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AIDS Fund supports HIV/AIDS education, prevention, and services, in the Delaware Valley Region by raising dollars and increasing public awareness about the impact of HIV on our communities.  Currently 29 regional agencies are receiving funding from AIDS Fund to provide direct services and AIDS prevention initiatives.

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