AIDS Walk Draws 45,000, Raises $6 Million

The 27th annual AIDS Walk New York, which raises funds for Gay Men’s Health Crisis and more than 40 other service organizations in the tri-state area, drew 45,000 participants to the 10-kilometer walk centered on Central Park.

Among those participating were (pictured) Michael Urie and Nick Jonas, who are co-starring on Broadway in “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.”

“GMHC has been there from the beginning,” US Senator Kirsten Gillibrand told the crowd on hand. “They were there the first day when men were dying in New York and San Francisco, and all across the country. I'm very proud to say that 30 years later, GMHC is still here fighting against this disease, and will win the fight against this disease.”

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