Volunteer

AIDSWALK 14- TRDVolunteers are the key to the success of our event and AIDSWALK is a HUGE production that can use your help!

Please review the form below and sign up for the shift(s) that most interest you. After signing up, you will be contacted by SAAF’s Volunteer Resources Coordinator, Sallie Muse, with further details.

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Please contact Sallie Muse, Volunteer Resources Coordinator, with questions at (520) 547-6174 or smuse@saaf.org

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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.