FAIRMOUNT (WTXF) - Hundreds turned out Sunday morning for the 32nd annual AIDS Walk Philly.
AIDS Walk Philly was created to bring awareness, help fight stigma and raise funds for research, all to help those living with HIV in the greater Philadelphia region.
The walk began at Eakins Oval and travels up and back Martin Luther King Drive.
Prizes were awarded to those who raised at least $50.00 or more.
Over 30,000 people in the Delaware Valley live with HIV. Funds raised from AIDS Walk Philly remain local and provide emergency assistance to those living with the disease.
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