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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — More than 6,000 people are expected to participate in the Louisville AIDS Walk this weekend, the 20th anniversary of the event.
Event Director Brad Hampton says some similar-size cities no longer have an AIDS Walk but that the Louisville walk has strong support.
Organizers say the Louisville AIDS Walk and Pet Walk has raised more than $4 million and funded 14 local non-profit organizations since it was founded in 1993. It supports services such as food, housing, medical care, medication co-pay assistance, counseling, summer camp for kids and legal services.
The approximately two-mile walk is at 3 p.m. EDT Sunday beginning and ending at The Great Lawn in Waterfront Park. There is no cost to participate, but participants may collect donations from supporters.