About This Event
It’s been 40 years since the AIDS epidemic started and 35 since the first AIDS Walk Delaware. We are still striving to reduce the stigma of HIV, raise awareness, and provide HIV-informed community health and education to all Delawareans.
Great things have happened since we started walking. New HIV cases have declined, and advances in medicine now allow people living with HIV to thrive and live more normal, healthy lives. But there is still much work to do. We must ensure that all Delawareans know their HIV status and those living with HIV have the resources and treatment they need to thrive. That’s why we raise funds. That’s why we strive, not only to stay alive, but to thrive. That’s why we walk.
Saturday, September 18th
Check In: 9:00 -10:00
Announcements: 9:30 - 10:00
Wilmington at Brandywine Park
North Park Drive, near Brandywine Zoo and Josephine Fountain.
Rehoboth Beach at Grove Park At intersection of Columbia Avenue and Grove Street, near the Visitor's Center and Rehoboth Beach Museum.
Parking is limited at both locations so please consider carpooling.
Wilmington: John B. – 302.690.6000
Rehoboth: JulieAnne – 302.588.3266
Follow CDC Guidelines
People not fully Vaccinated, are strongly encouraged to wear a mask and maintain at least 3 feet social distance during the Walk and in the Knowledge Neighborhood. We will have disposable masks available at the Registration Table and a limited supply of AIDS Walk masks for sale. Those fully Vaccinated are not required to wear a mask.