Seattle AIDS walk
raises nearly $600,000

The 19th annual
walk to benefit Seattle’s Lifelong AIDS Alliance,
held on September 10, raised $590,000, organizers say.
About 500 people participated in the event, reports
the Seattle Times. The Lifelong AIDS
Alliance—formed in 2001 by the merger of the
Northwest AIDS Foundation and the Chicken Soup
Brigade—offers HIV-positive people in the
Seattle area cooked meals, grocery shopping services,
transportation to health care providers, and housing
assistance. (

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