FOR WHOM OR FOR WHAT WOULD YOU TREAD RED?
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2019 MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA
EVENT PRE-REGISTRATION HAS ENDED.
ONSITE REGISTRATION BEGINS AT 7 AM ON SEPT. 14TH!
YOU WILL FIND US AT THE MONTGOMERY UNION STATION TRAIN SHED, 300 WATER STREET, MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA.
THANK YOU TO OUR 2019 TREAD RED SPONSORS AND AGENCY SUPPORTERS!
USE THE LINKS BELOW TO SUPPORT TREAD RED & MAO WITH YOUR TAX-DEDUCTIBLE DONATIONS & SPONSORSHIPS.
THE ROUTE (Updated 9/13)
Start: Montgomery Union Station Train Shed, 300 Water Street, Montgomery
Right on Commerce – Left on Tallapoosa – Right on Jefferson – Right on Decatur – Right on Dexter – Left on South Court – Right on Church St – Right on Catoma – Right on Maxwell Blvd – Left on Molton
Finish: Montgomery Union Station Train Shed, 300 Water Street, Montgomery
For what or for whom would you TREAD RED?
Listen to a few examples of why some supporters TREAD RED…
Help your friends, family, and neighbors living with HIV, Hep C. and diabetes get the support they need.
Spread the word with #treadred and be part of the conversation on Facebook @MAOtreadred and @MAOofAlabamaDoug McCloud
Division Manager of Consumer Support & Fundraising
MORE DOWNLOADABLE TREAD RED RESOURCES
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The Tread Red Walk & Run is a community fund and friend-raising event held each September in Montgomery to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C, diabetes, and other health factors negatively impacting rural communities in South Alabama. Proceeds from the event make it possible for Medical Advocacy & Outreach (MAO) to provide medical, dental, and behavioral care, social services, and general support to people living with HIV/AIDS regardless of their ability to pay, and to build a healthier tomorrow through risk reduction activities, including PrEP, and prevention education about HIV, Hepatitis C, STIs, diabetes. Through its clinical areas, MAO supports nearly 2,000 individuals living with HIV/AIDS and/or Hepatitis C from 28 Alabama counties in South Alabama. MAO also provides free HIV and Hepatitis C testing, as well as prevention education programs for more than 4,500 people like you each year. When we Walk, we walk TOGETHER!