Kezar Drive and Bowling Green Drive
San Francisco, CA 94118
Please join Cal ACS for the upcoming AIDS Walk San Francisco!
The AIDS Walk San Francisco (5k) is a renowned event that brings together thousands of individuals to raise funds and awareness for organizations dedicated to combating HIV/AIDS. By participating in the walk, we can demonstrate our collective support for those affected by this disease and contribute to vital services that make a real difference in people’s lives.
As members of the California Section of the American Chemical Society (Cal ACS), we have always strived to leverage the power of chemistry for the betterment of society. Joining Team Cal ACS allows us to extend that commitment beyond the laboratory and into the community. By walking together, we can amplify our impact and contribute to the ongoing fight against HIV/AIDS.
You can sign up for the walk free of charge and start fundraising to support this worthy cause. Your participation will not only make a meaningful difference but also showcase our collective dedication to compassion and unity.
The AIDS Walk San Francisco will take place on Sunday, July 16, at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. It’s a fantastic opportunity to come together, network, and engage in a common cause that transcends our professional roles. By participating in this historic event, we can inspire compassion, support vital research and services, and contribute to a world free from the burden of HIV/AIDS.
I encourage each of you to take this opportunity to join Team Cal ACS and make a tangible impact. Together, we can walk towards a brighter future and showcase the strength and dedication of our executive committee. Let’s demonstrate our commitment to making a difference and inspire others to do the same.
Thank you for considering this invitation. Your support and participation mean a great deal to us. Should you have any questions or need further information, please don’t hesitate to reach out. Let’s come together as catalysts for change and make our mark in the fight against HIV/AIDS.