Please don't let it rain again this year!

The last time I trained with T2 - 2011 LA marathon
The last time I trained with T2 - 2011 LA marathon

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Mr. Brett M. Johnson

100 percent of goal achieved.

Goal: $3,200.00
Achieved: $3,205.20

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Starting in October, I’ll be training for the LA Marathon and I’ve made it a personal mission to raise at least $3,000 for AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA). 

Along with a fantastic group of TEAM TO END AIDS (T2) participants, I'll be running 26.2 miles through Los Angeles on March 9, 2014.  This will be my 19th marathon, but only the second time that I will have run one for a charitable cause.  My experience training with T2 for the 2011 LA marathon was a great one (even despite the torrential rain on race day!) and I wanted to return to help them in the the important work they do to help APLA's clients.

Nearly 1.2 million Americans are now living with HIV and 56,000 more will be infected this year. For almost 30 years, APLA has provided food, home health care, and other services to thousands of people whose lives are affected by HIV/AIDS. Many of them are living in poverty and have nowhere to turn.

That’s why I’m asking you to help. Please join me in doing what we can to bring an end to HIV/AIDS. You can donate as little as $5 and or much as you like.

Please donate today by clicking on the button that says, "Donate To Support...It's easy!  Help me exceed my goal of raising at least $3,000 and make a difference in the life of an APLA client today.  Donations are put to use immediately — so please, donate today! 

Thank you so much for caring, and thank you for your support.

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TEAM TO END AIDS -- Los Angeles | The David Geffen Center: 611 South Kingsley Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90005 213.201.1400 : T2EA@apla.org

TEAM TO END AIDS (T2) is a marathon and endurance training program benefiting AIDS Project Los Angeles.

AIDS Project Los Angeles