AIDS Walk and Run Boston 2017

Team Maloney Properties celebrates 30 years in the AIDS Walk & Run Boston

On June 4, 2017, Team Maloney Properties participated in the AIDS Walk & Run Boston for the 30th consecutive year. The team raised $5,735 to help support the AIDS Action Committee and its work to prevent new infections and to maximize the health outcomes of those already infected. A special shout out to team leader Michael Baldwin. He beat his personal goal and raised over $1,000. Way to go!

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Since 1988, Maloney Properties, Inc. (MPI) has been unwavering in its participation in the annual AIDS Walk & Run Boston. It is New England’s largest HIV/AIDS fundraising and awareness event, and every dollar raised helps to pay for critical prevention, testing, and health services that have a direct impact on so many lives in communities across Massachusetts.  

MPI is proud of our long affiliation with the Aids Action Committee and our dedicated staff who have participated over the past 30 years. So much progress has been made, but there’s still so much to do. Thanks for your dedication!

The AIDS Walk & Run Boston began in 1986 as an event called “From All Walks of Life,” which raised  funds for the AIDS Action Committee. Today, this event is known as the AIDS Walk & Run Boston. More than thirty years later, almost 350,000 people have participated in the AIDS Walk & Run Boston and raised over $40 million for the programs and services of AIDS Action.
Learn more at aidswalkboston.org

AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts is a leader in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Founded in 1983, AIDS Action is New England’s largest AIDS service organization. For more than three decades, they’ve been advocating at all levels of government for fair and effective AIDS policies, conducting cutting edge HIV prevention programs, and providing health and wellness services to people already living with HIV. Their work has given Massachusetts one of the best track records in tackling this epidemic.
Learn more at www.aac.org