AIDS Walk & Run Baltimore

  • The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore Mansion House Drive Baltimore, MD United States

On Sunday, May 1st, 2016, we (walkers, runners, volunteers, and supporters) will come together to show our support for the HIV/AIDS community of Baltimore.

Proceeds from this event will provide Support, Care, and Medications for people living with HIV/AIDS. Every dollar counts!

Join a team or start a team and start fundraising today. Because the money we raise at AIDS Walk & Run Baltimore supports life changing programs and services for people living with HIV/AIDS.

Online Registration is now closed.  Registration is available on-site on race day morning.

Entry Fees

5K Registration Fee: $40 

12 and under 5K Registration Fee: $10 

Virtual Walker/Runner: $40 - Want to sleep in or just can't be with us?  Register as a Virtual Walker/Runner and you can support the effort from where you are!

General Walk Registration: $25

12 and under General Walk Registration: $10

The AIDS Walk & Run Baltimore will start and finish at The Maryland ZOO in Baltimore. Your registration includes a day at the Zoo!

There are no refunds of entry given or transfers of entry permitted for this event.

Race Information

Race day schedule

7:00am - Registration and other activities begin
8:00am - 5k timed AIDS Run begins
8:30am - 5k AIDS Walk begins promptly
8:30-10:00am - Visit our HIV/AIDS Health Fair
10:00am - Post AIDS Walk & Run celebrations include recognition of our top fundraisers and teams

Packet Pick-Up

On Race Day starting at 7:00AM


All money raised goes to support the HIV/AIDS programs of Chase Brexton Health Care.

Established in 1978, Chase Brexton Health Care is a non-profit, community-based provider of health care and social services.  With seven locations in Maryland, Chase Brexton offers primary medical and dental care; mental health and addictions conseling and treatment; HIV education, prevention and testing; legal services; and medical adherence case management.  Chase Brexton Health Care is committed to meeting the health needs of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community and people living with HIV/AIDS.