Thank you for joining me in this cause!
I’m preparing for a monumental journey and I couldn’t be more excited! It’s not going to be easy, but it’s likely to be one of the most rewarding weeks I will experience in my life. And I need your help to make it possible. June 3rd - June 9th, I will be riding my bike along with over 3,000 Cyclists, Roadies and countless other volunteers participating in AIDS/LifeCycle, a 545-mile bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles to support life-saving services offered by the San Francisco AIDS Foundation and the Los Angeles LGBT Center, in the fight to end HIV/AIDS.
All of us have a passion or commitment in life that we strongly believe in. My passion and commitment is to fight to end this disease and along the way provide support and resources to those living with HIV/AIDS. We've come a long way over the last 40 years in our fight to end AIDS, but were not finished and I am not giving up. Preparing for this journey will require countless hours of training and preparation, and I’ve committed my time to make sure that I’m ready. This year, I’ve also committed to raising $10,000 before I ride. For this, I need you to join me in my commitment to help end HIV/AIDS. This amount goes beyond the minimum required to ride, because I feel the need to do everything I can to help end this disease. $10,000 will make a world of difference for the organizations benefitted by this ride, and the clients they serve. So, I’m asking you to donate as generously as you possibly can (and to help spread the word about this cause).
To the people who rely on these services to survive, every dollar counts, and every dollar brings me one step closer to hitting my goal. We’re working together to make HIV/AIDS a thing of the past. Will you support me by making a donation today?
Thank you for making this personal goal a reality for me and for being the support that I need to cross the finish line on June 9th. Your support means the world to me, together we will make a difference.
With Love and Gratitude,
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