Hiya! I'm R Tyler Croy, and I am riding to end AIDS.
This year will be my first year joining the thousands of cyclists and roadies to participate in AIDS/LifeCycle, the epic 545 mile ride from San Francisco to LA to raise funds for the life-saving services offered by San Francisco AIDS Foundation and the Los Angeles LGBT Center.
If you know someone whose life has been affected by HIV/AIDS, please donate what you can to put an end to this epidemic. You can even set up a monthly plan, which is how I have supported my friends in years past.
What your donation does:
$10,000 helps provide counseling services for more than 250 clients.
$5,000 helps keep the HIV testing RV rolling for one year.
$2,500 helps four HIV-positive people receive stable housing for one month.
$1,000 helps provide two Community Education Forums where 150 men can learn more about HIV.
$250 helps provide ten rapid HIV antibody tests at a testing site.
$175 helps provide case management for 15 HIV-positive clients who are homeless.
$150 helps provide 1,000 syringes through the street-based Syringe Access Services.
$100 helps provide the travel cost for a Treatment Advocacy Coordinator to attend the medical appointments of 25 clients, provide moral support, and help clients advocate for themselves.
$25 helps a financial benefits counselor assist one person in navigating the private and public benefirst systems.
$10 helps provide 143 condoms to the SFAF and LA LGBT Center's service sites.
Every dollar counts!
To find out more about Team ALCaholics, visit our team page here:
To find out more about AIDS/LifeCycle, check out this video:
To find out more about the San Francisco AIDS Foundation or the Los Angeles LGBT Center, check out their websites here: