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Event
Guide
Sunday, October 14th
12pm - 5pm
University Park
Vermont & Meridian
Downtown Indianapolis
Sponsored by
Welcome to the 2007 AIDS Walk & Ride!
On behalf of the AIDS Walk & Ride Steering Committee, we would
like to extend our heartfelt thanks and appreciation for the time and
energy you have spent developing teams, raising much needed funds
and increasing awareness of HIV/AIDS. Without your involvement
and commitment, this event would not be possible!
We would also like to acknowledge the support of our sponsors,
including our Presenting Sponsor, the Marion County Health
Department. All sponsor funding provides additional dollars to those
with HIV/AIDS via the Greg Powers Direct Emergency Financial
Assistance (DEFA) program by providing assistance with rent,
utilities, medication, groceries and more.
And finally, we want to thank our enthusiastic volunteers. As you look
around today and see the over 150 folks wearing a gold shirt, please
thank them for their time and energy because without them, we would
not be able to facilitate the event today.
Thanks to everyone for a job well done!
Stefanie Koning
Co-Chair
Reverend Judith Carson
Co-Chair
Indiana AIDS Walk & Ride 2007 Schedule of Events
10:00 a.m.
Ecumenical Service @ Roberts Park UMC
11:00 a.m.
Registration Begins
Health & Education Fair Opens
Food Court Opens
12:30 p.m.
Live Entertainment
Pastor Howard Boles, Rev. Dr. Thomas L. Brown
Scheduled to perform:
HIV Choir
Brenda Williams
Holly Petree
Indianapolis Men’s Chorus
Pride of Indy Marching Band & Color Guard
Through Being Cool
1:45 p.m.
10K Bicycle Ride begins
2:00p.m.
5K Walk Step-off
3:15 p.m.
Through Being Cool band performs
4:00p.m.
Awards Program
Layout of University Park
Health Fair Participants
1.
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5.
Step-Up, Inc.
Marion County Health Department
BioScrip Pharmacy
MATEC
Statewide HIV Consumer Advisory
Board
6. Friends for Positive Living
7. ISDH/Medical Monitoring Project
8. Sex Addicts Anonymous
9. NUVO Newsweekly
10. IndyPride
11. Jameson Camp
12. St. Vincent Hospital and Health Care
Center
13. African Community International
14. Indiana Family Health Council, INC
15. Women in Motion, INC
16. Brothers United
17. Damien Center
18. Clarian Lifecare
19. Planned Parenthood of Indiana
20. Indiana Youth Group
21. Concord Center
22. The Bethlehem House
23. Bridging the Gap
24. Wishard
AIDS Walk and Ride 2007 Route
Guidelines:
~Respect private property
~Obey all traffic control signals ~Obey all law enforcement officers
~If walking, use sidewalks and designated paths throughout the walk
~Use sidewalks as directed ~Please clean up after your pet
~Help keep our city clean by using appropriate trash receptacles
Bike Route: Ride the route twice
Food Vendors
Please visit our food vendors at the Food Court.
A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the
Indiana AIDS Fund!
Taste of the Tropics:
Jerk Chicken
Rib Tips
Pork Sandwiches
Jumbo Polish
Catfish
Curly Fries
Water/Soda
The Abbey
Coffee
Menu: TBA
A special thanks to the following businesses that donated food and
drinks for the volunteers.
Bazbeaux Pizza
Café Patachou
Lelands
CVS Pharmacy
My Favorite Muffin and Bagel
Sam’s Club
Starbucks
AIDS Walk & Ride Steering Committee Members
Rebecca Berfanger
Dolores Horgan
Yvonne Brandenburg
Dana Scott
Calvin Brandenburg
Stefanie Koning, Co-Chair
Anna Onaitis
Rev. Judith Carson, Co-Chair
David Chropka
Gina Pope-King
Steve Everett
Lisa Sirkin
Marge O’Laughlin
Kimberly Wells
Phil Fox
Brenda Williams
Paula French
Betty Wilson
Jason Grisell
Melissa Vance
Brad Gumbert
Susan Fay
Doug Mellinger
Lori Lee
The Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis/
Indiana AIDS Fund Staff
Betty Wilson, President & CEO, THFGI
Steve Everett, Director, IAF
Annetta Tyler, Office Manager
Judy Muhl, Program Assistant
Lori Lee, Administrative Assistant
Amy Knoll, Administrative Assistant, IAF
Presenting Sponsor
Marion County Health Department
Sponsors and Vendors
Event Host
Dr. Virginia Caine, Director of Marion County Health Department
Communications & Sound
Hands On
Tipton Sound
Ecology
The Concord Center
Indy Pride, Inc.
Waste Management
Health Fair Sponsor
NUVO Newsweekly
Sponsors
AT&T Pioneers
BioScrip Pharmacy
Bloomington Hospital
Chase
Circle City HIV/AIDS Coalition Discount Tire Company
Gilead Sciences
Greg’s
Indy Pride, Inc.
Joseph F. Miller Foundation
Maddox Hargett & Caruso, P.C. Metro Nightclub
Moore Foundation
Club Indianapolis
English Ivy
St. Vincent Hospitals & Health Services
The Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis
Media Sponsors
Hot 96.3
The Word
Radio One:
WHHH-FM, WTLC-FM, WYJZ-FM
AM-1310 “The Light”
The Word
Security & Finance
Indiana War Memorial Police
Indianapolis Metropolitan Police
Marion County Sheriff Dept.
National City Bank
Signage
KDM P.O.P. Solutions Group
Poster Framing
Don Elliott, The Frame Shop
Photography
Jay Hagenow
Risers
Clowes Memorial Hall
Butler University
Artwork
Neil Wasson
Ambulance & First Aid
Clarian Health
Harambee!
Spotlight 2008
Monday April 21, 2008
Clowes Memorial Hall
Butler University
Indianapolis
www.spotlight2008.info
Volunteers
AT&T Pioneers
The Damien Center
Discount Tire Company
NUVO
Radio One
National AIDS Fund
AmeriCorps Team
Water
AT&T Pioneers
Discount Tire Company
The Indiana AIDS Fund
Mission
The Indiana AIDS Fund is a private philanthropic fund raising and
grant making organization dedicated to supporting HIV prevention
and services programs throughout Indiana.
The Indiana AIDS Fund was founded in 1994 and is co-convened by
The Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis and the Indiana State
Department of Health. As a partner of the National AIDS Fund, we
have the opportunity for local contributions to be matched by the
National AIDS Fund and the Elton John AIDS Foundation.
The programs that have received funding from the Indiana AIDS
Fund are diverse, innovative and reflective of HIV/AIDS in Indiana
and include prevention programs, direct care services and advocacy.
The money raised today goes directly the Greg Powers Direct
Emergency Financial Assistance (DEFA) program, which is used for
HIV/AIDS patients in Indiana who need assistance with rent,
groceries, medication, utilities and other needs.
The Gregory Powers DEFA Fund
Established in 2002, the Gregory Powers Direct Emergency Financial
Assistance Fund (DEFA) provides grants to care coordination sights across
Indiana. These grants support a wide scope of services including medical
needs, housing issues, access to service and day-to-day living expenses for
persons living with HIV/AIDS.
Through efforts of Greg’s, Indiana STILL Cares, and the Indiana AIDS
Walk & Ride, the Indiana AIDS Fund was able to provide $133,900 in
grants to 16 Indiana community organizations. Thank you to those who
have contributed to this vital program which assists HIV/AIDS clients with
basic or emergency financial needs.
2007 Gregory Powers DEFA Fund Grantees
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AIDS Ministries/AIDS Assist, South Bend
AIDS Resource Group, Evansville
AIDS Task Force, Fort Wayne
AIDS Task Force, Merrillville
Cummins Behavioral Health, Terre Haute
Bloomington Hospital/Positive Link, Bloomington
The Center for Mental Health, Elwood
The Center for Mental Health, Richmond
The Center for Mental Health, Lafayette
Concord Center Association, Indianapolis
The Damien Center, Indianapolis
Ebenezer Church Foundation, Indianapolis
Hoosier Hills AIDS Coalition, Jeffersonville
LifeCare/Clarian, Indianapolis
Meridian Services, Muncie
Wishard Health Services, Indianapolis
Water Station Sponsors
Media Sponsors
Special Thanks to
Doug Mellinger
Asia LaBouche
Miss Gay Indiana
2006

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