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Uncharitable, How Restraints on Nonprofits Undermine Their Potential
312 pages
Uncharitable, How Restraints on Nonprofits Undermine Their Potential

“African AIDS Trek: 150 Ordinary People Take an Extraordinary 7-Day, 75-Mile Trek Through South Africa to Raise Awareness and Money for an AIDS Vaccine.” Pallotta TeamWorks press release. Los Angeles, February 27, 2002. AIDS Community Donor Action. “Ask Pallotta TeamWorks Will Their Upcoming AIDS Vaccine Events Save Anyone's Future, EXCEPT THEIR OWN?” Print advertisement, 2002. AIDS/Lifecycle. “Press Room: AIDS/LifeCycle Raises a Record $11 Million to ...

The Advocate
72 pages
The Advocate

It's 585 miles from San Francisco to L.A. For someone living with HIV or AIDS, the road is a lot longer than that. L FECYCLE. SF to LA June 8-14. 2003 As more people are living longer with HIV and AIDS, and as the incidence of HIV infection continues to rise, the need for treatment and support becomes ever greater. Which is why AIDS/LifeCycle 2 will make such an important difference in the lives of so many. For one amazing week, people will come together to ride, to remember, and ...

The Advocate
72 pages
The Advocate

At press time, AIDS/LifeCycle had about 800 registered riders, and the AIDS Ride , which will now benefit Team Works' new partner, AIDS Project Los Angeles, had signed up 475 riders. That's a far cry from the 4,500 riders Team Works officials say were registered by the same time last year. If the two rides together can only just match the number of riders who participated in last year's ride, it's feasible that it could cost double what it did last year to safely get those riders from San ...

The Advocate
80 pages
The Advocate

It's 585 miles from San Francisco to L.A. For someone living with HIV or AIDS, the road is a lot longer than that. ri»»Blir»]iJS»T;<*!»].;lKlSJSlLTil •!•□[•] lit f; 3MviliilHlkTtfSiiTtv_ilV/»iwSii[(RKSiilsalirM(frs]llMSS(] HIV infection continues to rise, the need for treatment and support becomes ever greater. Which is why AIDS/LifeCycle 2 will make such an important difference in the lives of so many. LIFECYCLE SF to LA June 8-14, 2003 For one amazing week, people will come together to ride, ...

The Advocate
72 pages
The Advocate

IEFITING PRESENTED BY SUBARU DRIVEN BY WHAT'S INSIDE" AIDS/ LifeCycle is a 7-day, 585 mile bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles. AIDS/ LifeCycle is fully supported. We carry your gear, cook your meals, massage your tired muscles. Each day, along the route, we set up a mobile city and have thought of all your needs. ure you can. Over 10,000 people have done it in the past. All ages. All physical abilities. From every state in the country. We will coach you through ...

Aids Lifecycle - News


AIDS/LifeCycle 4th Annual Resolution Bike Ride, Jan. 7
Join AIDS/LifeCycle for a fun bike ride to keep your New Year's fitness resolutions going! Roll into the new year with two fully-supported bike rides (15-mile or 35-mile) and festival in beautiful Griffith Park. This annual event is for riders of all

Faith No More's Roddy Bottum Debuts Opera Based on AIDS/LifeCycle Bike Ride
Faith No More's Roddy Bottum Debuts Opera Based on AIDS/LifeCycle Bike Ride The Ride to End AIDS is a seven-day, 545-mile bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles that has taken place for nearly 25 years. It raises money and awareness for the HIV/AIDS services of L.A.'s LGBT Center and the San Francisco AIDS Foundation.

4th Annual Resolution Ride Jan. 7
4th Annual Resolution Ride Jan. 7 The annual bike festival is produced by AIDS/LifeCycle and benefits the HIV/AIDS treatment programs of the Los Angeles LGBT Center. Bring a bicycle, identification (required), and a Consumer Produced Safety Commission-approved helmet. A limited 

Thousands of Cyclists Riding in AIDS/LifeCycle Ride Passing Through Central Coast
Thousands of Cyclists Riding in AIDS/LifeCycle Ride Passing Through Central Coast CENTRAL COAST, Calif. - Thousands of cyclists are passing through the Central Coast this week participating in the world's largest annual HIV/AIDS fundraiser. "It is a spectacle," said cyclist Kelley Mobley. "It's fun to see people's jaws drop we go by

San Francisco Armory Opens As An Event Venue
San Francisco Armory Opens As An Event Venue In 2016, the space was used for a range of events, including a haunted house, an all-female electronic music festival, a film festival by San Francisco Film Society and an Aids/Lifecycle Expo. In the early 2000s, there where several failed attempts to