Jessi Foote | For Randy

23 years ago we lost my uncle to complications of AIDS. He lived with HIV for 18 years, when it was not understood, when it was not accepted, and when fear was easier than understanding. The world has come a long way, but we still have a long way to go. We have to continue moving forward, especially when others in unfortunate positions of authority insist on trying to move us back.

For the past few years I've participated in the Portland AIDS Walk, to raise awareness and funds for AIDS prevention and research. Cascade AIDS Project is an incredible organization that did a lot for my uncle and my family, and if you're looking for a place to donate, volunteer, or educate, CAP is the place to go. Let's end this. 

On September 9th, I am participating in AIDS Walk Portland, and I need your help!

Help me raise money for AIDS Walk Portland that supports the crucial programs and services of Cascade AIDS Project (CAP).

I am getting involved in our community's single most powerful and enduring response to the HIV/AIDS pandemic and my hope is that you will too. To make a donation on my behalf and help me reach my fundraising goal, please click on the "Donate Now" button to the right. 

Thank you for your support!

Incorporated in 1985, CAP the oldest and largest AIDS Service Organization in Oregon and Southwest Washington. 2017 marks the 31st Annual AIDS Walk Portland.
Cascade AIDS Project is a 501 c(3) organization.
Tax ID # 93-0903383

Funds raised: $55 of $250


Thank you donors
Anonymous : $10
Casey Foote : $25
JoAnn Montgomery : $20