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Aids Walk LA - Team Goddesses

We need YOU to join Team Goddesses -2819 for this year's AIDS Walk Los Angeles!

AIDS Walk Los Angeles is a 10-kilometer (6.2-mile) fundraising walkathon benefiting APLA and more than 20 other L.A. County AIDS service organizations.  This is an inspirational day filled with energy, excitement, hope, and even celebrities!

To learn more about our team’s involvement or to register through me, please email me at (insert Team Leader email address) or call me at (insert Team Leader phone number).  I can tell you all about our team recruitment and fundraising events and answer questions.

Register online: Visit the Team Goddesses AIDS Walk Los Angeles website at and click on “Register to Walk” and then “Join a Team.” Simply select our team name "Goddesses - 2819" Number from the pull-down menu!
Register by phone: Call the AIDS Walk office at 213.201.9255 (WALK). Be sure to give our team name when you register!

Don’t forget to select the option to be part of the Star Walkers Club at the time you register! Star Walkers are participants who set a goal to raise $1,000 or more.  You can also become a member of the Star Walkers Club by setting your fundraising goal to $1,000 from your Fundraising HQ after you register. Once you register, you can download a Sponsor Form from to keep track of cash and checks that you collect. You will also be set up with a personal fundraising Web page to collect online credit card donations. You will receive an e-mail confirmation with your login information to access your Fundraising HQ.  Visit for more information to help you get started. Encourage your family members and friends to register online to walk with our team - the more the better!

I hope to see you on Sunday, October 13!

Vanessa Spinetti aka Venus Leone, CEO
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