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T2 Training - Los Angeles Marathon - 2017

One last run around the city on behalf of APLA Health!!!

Scott Mcginley

Dear Friends,

I’m taking on a tremendous challenge to help in the fight against HIV/AIDS, and I hope you will support me. On March 19, I’ll be participating in the 2017 Skechers Performance Los Angeles Marathon with T2 and I’ve made it a personal mission to raise funds for AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA).

As most of you already know, this is not the first event that I have trained for with T2. I have been honored to represent the organization in Sydney, Athens, Munich, Honolulu, New York City and Los Angeles. My friends, family and the companies that I work with have donated almost $60,000 on my behalf to AIDS Projects Los Angeles. It is bittersweet that this will be my last event with the organization that has helped so many in Los Angeles and has enriched my life in such surprising ways while on this journey. My goal as always is to finish the race with a smile while raising much needed funds and awareness. I want to go out with a HUGE bang!!!

There are roughly 60,000 people living with HIV/AIDS in Los Angeles County. For over 30 years, APLA has provided food, home health care, dental care, counseling and other services to the organization's clients, many of whom are living in poverty and have nowhere else to turn.

Please join me in doing what we can to bring an end to HIV/AIDS. You can donate as little as $5 or as much as you would like.

Please donate today and help me exceed my goal of raising at least $5,000 and make a difference in the life of an APLA client. Donations are put to use immediately.

Thank you so much for caring, and thank you for your support.

Best - Scott


raised of $10,000 goal

Recent Donations

1. ?Anonymous
2. KKat' Ferson
You are a hero! As the only team member coming out to train in the rain last Saturday, you are worthy of my support!
3. DMDelaney McGinley
4. DDavid Z. Ward
5. DMDelaney McGinley
6. JJames B Hawthorn
Keep up the great work Scott! See you Saturday