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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) - This year marks the 23rd annual Northeast Indiana AIDS Walk.
It is one of the largest fundraisers for the Northeast Indiana Positive Resource Connection.
The walk kicks off a long-term project of sharing stories through video interviews and written articles by people living with HIV, and people loving someone living with HIV.
"We're hoping to raise $30,000 total. We're more than half way there now so I think we have a really good chance of getting there today,” organizer Alex Sauer said.
The walk ended at 816 Pint & Slice for the first ever AIDS Walk after party.
If you weren't able to attend the walk or the party, you can still donate on the Positive Resource Connection website at https://positiveresourceconnection.org/
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