South San Francisco, CA March 7, 2107
South San Francisco resident Cecile Riborozo has set her sights on the 2017 AIDS/Life Cycle marathon that leads from San Francisco to Los Angles on this 545 mile ride. Cecile, an avid biker, will be participating on her employers Team Walmart. When not biking, Cecile can be found busy on local volunteer projects including the South San Francisco Community Emergency Response Team among other ventures. Please consider supporting her efforts by donation via this CLICK HERE.
From her page:
I will be participating and riding in AIDS/LifeCycle 2017, a 545-mile bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles and have raisde funds for the life-saving services offered by San Francisco AIDS Foundation and the Los Angeles LGBT Center.
One of the Foundation’s and LGBT Center’s goals is to ensure access to proper care for all HIV-positive San Franciscans and expanding sexual health services.
$1000 can help provide TWO Positive Force community forums where 150 men can learn more about HiV and how to live better and longer with HIV;
$250 can help provide TEN Rapid HIV Antibody test to test 10 people at Magnet and other foundation sites;
$100 can help provide the travel cost for a Treatment Advocacy Coordinator to attend medical appointments of 25 clients;
$25 can help a Financial Benefits counselor to assist one person in navigating the private nad public benefits systems;
$10 can help provide 143 condoms to their clients at all of the service sites
We’re working together to make HIV/AIDS a thing of the past. AGAIN, THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT!