Florida AIDS Walk & Music Festival

Why We Walk

Walking For Change

While HIV and AIDS have fallen out of the spotlight in recent years, the epidemic is far from over. An estimated 1.2 million people in the US are living with HIV, and about 13% of them don’t know it. Florida AIDS Walk works to bring attention to this pressing issue, educate and inspire our community to work together and end the epidemic once and for all.

We walk for the more than 100,000 people living with HIV in Florida. We walk to remember those who no longer can. We walk to remind you that you are not alone. We walk for a nation. We walk for change.

Where Does the Money Go?

All proceeds raised at Florida AIDS Walk & Music Festival go directly to AIDS service organizations here in South Florida. Read more about the incredible work of our beneficiaries today.


AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF)

AIDS Healthcare Foundation provides medicine & advocacy regardless of ability to pay. They are dedicated to ending the HIV epidemic in Florida and beyond as the largest provider of HIV care in the world.



Afro Pride FL focuses on the solidarity, empowerment, mental health, and overall wellness of the African American & Afrocentric LGBTQ+ communities of the African & Caribbean diaspora in South Florida.


Broward House

Broward House provides care to all living with HIV to prevent future HIV transmissions and to support the health and stability of everyone who walks through the door with a plan unique to their goal.

Equality Florida Institute 

Equality FL Institute is the state's largest organization dedicated to securing full equality for Florida’s LGBTQ+ community. They work to end discrimination based on sexual orientation & gender identity.

Latinos Salud

Latinos Salud provides client-centered, health education, preventative screening, and linkage services especially for gay & bi Latinos and other men of color, their partners, and transgender persons.


The McKenzie Project

The McKenzie Project is a pioneering Black trans-led initiative in Miami Dade dedicated to empowering and educating Black transgender and nonbinary individuals and promoting equity in South Florida.


The Pride Center at Equality Park 

The Pride Center at Equality Park offers distinct health, educational, and safety services for the LGBTQ community and provide a welcoming, safe space that empowers the LGBTQ+ communities in Florida.



Pridelines’ mission is to support, educate, & empower Florida’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer / questioning youth in safe spaces to promote dialogue, wellness, and foster social change.


Safe Schools South Florida 

Safe Schools South Florida works to empower LGBTQ+ youth and create safer schools where all students can learn and thrive, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression.


SAVE Foundation 

SAVE Foundation is recognized as South Florida’s longest serving organization dedicated to protecting people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ+) against discrimination.


Sunserve is dedicated to bettering the lives of LGBTQ+ individuals through culturally sensitive and free mental health care, social service programs, case management, housing assistance, and more.


Transinclusive Group advocates to protect equality for all transgender & LGBTQ+ individuals in Florida by building relationships with providers to end discrimination, stigma, and racial disparities.

World AIDS Museum and Educational Center 

The World AIDS Museum and Educational Center’s mission is to promote dialogue that eliminates HIV/AIDS stigma and preserve it’s history through education, artistic expression and cultural programming.

Interested in Fundraising? Get Started Today!

Whether you’re walking, running, or part of a team, the funds you raise for Florida AIDS Walk & Music Festival make a profound impact on our community. To thank you for your hard work, we offer our fundraisers exclusive perks and rewards for reaching specific fundraising goals. Get started today!

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