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Virtual AIDS Walk – Betty Midler, Gloria Estefan to take part in the variety

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AIDS Walk New York and AIDS Walk San Francisco are coming together for the first time to present “AIDS Walk: Live from Home”.

The 90-minute virtual event will be live-streamed July 19 and will benefit GMHC and PRC in New York in San Francisco.

“Live from Home,” produced by Erich Bergen, will feature Betty Middler, Gloria Estefan, Matt Boomer, Vanessa Williams, Laura Lynne, Alan Cumming, Skyler Austin, Alex Newell and “Queer Eye” stars Tan France. , Bobby Burke and Caramo Brown.

The lineup also includes Nina West, Jackie Cox, Latris Royal, Chi Chi Devine, The Vixen and Ginger Minz, along with Judge Ross Matthews.

“As the COVID-19 epidemic hits New York City, we are moving to rapidly transform our services to meet the new environment and its challenges for HIV-infected people,” GMHC CEO Kelsey Louis said in a statement. “As people take refuge in their homes, we are bringing GMHC’s services directly to the doorsteps of thousands. We have so far provided more than 30,000 meals. We are meeting the skyrocketing needs of mental health services and legal services, substance use advice and HIV home testing.” , Video conferencing and other technologies have been used to support financial management and more, so that our clients’ vital resources continue uninterrupted. “

“AIDS Walk: Live to Home” will air on NTADWalk.Tone and GMHCRA at 10 a.m., and PT and PRCF.RJ at 10 a.m. and ABC 7 / KGO-TV in San Francisco. It will be available on iHeartRadio’s YouTube channel.

“Emerging from the uncertainty surrounding the current healthcare crisis, we have decided to bring the teams together to create a new vision for the Bay Area’s largest, one-day AIDS-related fundraiser,” said PRC CEO Brett Andrews. “Now, on the occasion of our 33rd year, we are really interested in ‘AIDS Walk: Live at Home’, which will raise awareness and funding to support HIV care and prevention services, as well as mental health, substance use, housing and other important social programs.” . “

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