Thank you to everyone who walked at, donated to, or volunteered at the 2018 Minnesota AIDS Walk!
Since 1989, Minnesota AIDS Walk has raised important financial support for HIV prevention and services in Minnesota while also raising awareness about HIV and providing community for those affected by HIV.
Minnesota AIDS Walk
February 10, 2018
3:30pm to 7pm
- Boom Island Park
- 724 Sibley St NE,
- Minneapolis, MN 55413
Click the following tabs to learn more about the Minnesota AIDS Walk and to answer any questions you have about the 2018 Walk. Don’t see your question answered here? Give us a call at 612-373-2431.
Do I have to raise a certain dollar amount?
No. There are no fundraising requirements OR registration fees, but we suggest that every walker try to raise $200. Each walker that raises money will receive a commemorative LED candle for the candlelight vigil.
Do I need to download and fill out a paper pledge form?
No. All donations, including offline donations, can be entered online but paper pledge forms are available to download.
The Minnesota AIDS Walk Route
The AIDS Walk begins and ends in Boom Island Park, following the Mississippi River through the park’s beautiful paved trails. The route (1/2 mile) takes about 15-20 minutes to complete. There are warming stations, a bonfire, and sensory experiences along the route.
Please refer to the park and route maps for the location of tents and attractions.
Walkers turn in their pledges inside the Registration Pavilion. Donations from non-registered participants may be accepted here as well.
After dropping off donations at the Registration Tent, AIDS Walk teams should head to the Teams Area to get their team picture taken. All team captains should check in at the Teams Area. Only teams that check in at the Teams Area will have their free team photo taken.
Why did you change the Walk to a winter date?
Winter is a time of reflection and introspection, and a time of coming together. It’s also a time of year that brings out the best in Minnesotans whether it’s helping our neighbors dig out their cars from the latest snowpacalypse or shoveling the neighbors walk because they cannot. Winter is a part of our shared culture in Minnesota.
What will the weather be like?
The average temperature is 33 degrees on February 10, but it’s Minnesota! We’re planning for any kind of weather. We’ll have warming stations and a bonfire to keep you toasty warm at the Walk!
Your support helps us change lives
HIV tests conducted
People taught about HIV
Transportation trips provided
Walk Day Schedule
At 5pm, embark on a tranquil walk along Boom Island with your team, your friends, your family, or enjoy the walk in solitude. Choose between the half-mile route and the full one-mile route.
End the Walk with a candlelight vigil in the Ceremonial Circle to remember those lost to HIV and show support for those affected.