Pets

Cece and EnzoPaws for AIDSWALK 2017!

Every year, AIDSWALK enjoys the company of lots of four legged friends. We started a pet program called Paws for AIDSWALK—to encourage our furry friends to participate in walking and fundraising for AIDSWALK.

PAWS Registration is simple!

Register your pet and build a pet fundraising webpage and email the page to friends. Every registered pet will receive an AIDSWALK bandana.

Pet Rules

  • Dogs are welcome, but we ask that you consider the following rules when bringing them to AIDSWALK.
  • Dogs must be family friendly and on a leash.
  • Please be prepared to clean up after your own pet.
  • AIDSWALK draws crowds between 1,000 or more, so make sure Fifi is comfortable with this!

 

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AIDSWALK Arizona/Tucson benefits the programs and services of the Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation.

News and Events

  • AIDSWALK Route & Venue Maps Now Online!, September 8, 2016

    Check it out…AIDSWALK route and venue maps are now available online. Chart your course and get a heads up on near-by parking options. http://aidswalktucson.saaf.org/maps-and-parking/ Looking forward to seeing you on Sunday October 9 for another amazing AIDSWALK Tucson!

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  • AIDSWALK 2016 Registration Now Open!, March 4, 2016

    Registration for the 2016 AIDSWALK Arizona/Tucson is now open. AIDSWALK will take place in downtown Tucson on Sunday October 9, 2016. We invite young, old, and pets alike to be a part of a great day of doing good for others. Register today and we’ll look forward to seeing you in October.

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  • Why I Walk- Curt’s Story, October 10, 2015

    Walking to Remember, Walking to Prevent by Curt Beall My first AIDSWALK was in Buffalo NY in 2002. I had lost almost a dozen friends and heard that we were going to have our first AIDSWALK. I had just been diagnosed with the disease myself and wanted to honor my friends and to raise funds […]

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  • Why I Walk- Zach’s Story, October 9, 2015

    Walking to Keep the Conversation Going By Zach Sparrow I have lived in Tucson for 13 years and started getting involved with the Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation (SAAF) soon after arriving. A very dear friend of mine works at SAAF and I have friends who have benefitted from SAAF’s many services. After volunteering for AIDSWALK […]

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  • Why I Walk- Laura’s Story, October 7, 2015

    Walking in Memory of Bobby By Laura Alexander Twenty-one years ago, I got married. In less than thirty days, my older brother Bobby died due to complications of AIDS. He was thirty-six years old. Six months later, the “AIDS cocktail” that might have extended his life was introduced. Over the last year, as I’ve celebrated […]

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The mission of the Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation is to cultivate a healthy and stigma-free society through transformative action.