The 27th annual walk raised more than $3 million to benefit AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA) and 24 other Los Angeles County AIDS service organizations working to stop the spread of HIV.
What does APLA stand for?
APLA stands for AIDS Project Los Angeles (California)
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Groceries, including turkeys, are delivered from Catalyst's partner, AIDS Project Los Angeles.
1 Pillow and 2 votive candles designed by Barclay Butera for AIDS Project Los Angeles Rest easy with a gorgeous linen pillow from Los Angeles designer Barclay Butera.
While the decision seemed disastrous for HIV patients who still take the older medications for a variety of reasons, Brian Risley, treatment educator at AIDS Project Los Angeles, said transitioning to other meds should be safe.
13 /PRNewswire/ -- On Sunday, October 17, more than 25,000 people are expected to take to the streets for the 20th annual AIDS Walk Los Angeles, which benefits AIDS Project Los Angeles and other local AIDS organizations.
The West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce designated The Abbey "Best Restaurant in 2003, the WeHo Awards deemed it "Outstanding Restaurant and Bar" five years running and the annual Esquire Magazine Oscar Party, "The Envelope Please," has raised over a million dollars for AIDS Project Los Angeles.
Former model Greene ran in the 2004 Honolulu Marathon to help raise money for AIDS Project Los Angeles.
Previously, patients without insurance or with limited insurance had to drive to the AIDS Project Los Angeles dental office near downtown Los Angeles.