Help end stigma, and join thousands of Canadians across the country at the Scotiabank AIDS Walk and give your support to those living with HIV and AIDS. The Scotiabank AIDS Walk Toronto is pleased to be returning to Barbara Hall Park on Sunday, September 10th.

2017 marks the 29th year walking towards a Toronto with zero new HIV infections, zero AIDS-related deaths, and zero HIV-related stigma. Register to walk individually or as a team and join our journey, Together Towards Zero!

Starting and finishing at Barbara Hall Park, you’ll walk 5km through the city streets of Toronto. Due to the potential need to change the route, owing to unexpected road closures, construction or other safety issues, we will publish the finalized route closer to the event date. Rest assured route maps will be provided and the walk will be enjoyable for people of all fitness levels.

Click here for more information about the AIDS Walk Toronto.

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Fundraising can be an intimidating process, and every step of the way, your AIDS Walk Team is here to help. From workshops, to materials, to fundraising ideas, allow us to help you along your fundraising journey in helping to achieve your goals!

Participant Centre: Your Personal Page

Customize your page by telling your sotry and why you have chosen to walk. 96% of people who customize their page receive donations!

Participant Centre: Your Personal Fundraising Link

This is the best way to start fundraising. Find this link on your personal page and share it on social media and over email. 98% of people who utilize the fundraising resources in the Participant Centre receive donations!

Walk Coach

We’re here to help, call us at 416-340-9255 (WALK) or email us at


Register for the AIDS Walk Toronto 101 course.

You’ll get to meet the AIDS Walk Toronto team and we’ll go over what to expect on Walk Day and answer your questions. Topics include:

• How to Register

• Utilizing the Participant Centre

• Recruiting Team Members

• Crafting Your Ask Letter

• Fundraising Ideas

Sign into your Participant Centre