San Francisco, Calif. - The holiday event of the season returns to the Castro this December as hundreds of runners drop trou and raise funds to fight HIV in the annual Santa Skivvies Run on December 11, 2016.
When: Sunday, December 11, 2016 (registrants check-in starts at 9:30am), run starts at 11:00am.
Where: From outside the official event sponsor, Lookout, 3600 16th St, San Francisco, through the streets of the Castro.
Celebrating its 8th year, the Santa Skivvies Run invites participants to don their finest holiday apparel and run through the streets of San Francisco while raising funds benefiting the San Francisco AIDS Foundation. Proceeds from the event go towards the foundation’s HIV prevention and care services that benefit thousands of clients annually.
“Since joining the foundation, I have heard nothing but great things about the Santa Skivvies Run,” said Joe Hollendoner, CEO of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation. “I look forward to seeing everyone running through the streets of the Castro, all while fundraising for a good cause.”
The run begins and ends at Lookout, the official event sponsor of Santa Skivvies Run. The route winds its way through the Castro. Participants can enjoy the Santa Skivvies Village outside Lookout on Noe Street between Market and Beaver Streets.
Registration is $45. Participants can register the day of the event, from 9:30 am to 10:45 am at Lookout. Onlookers are welcome and encouraged to make a contribution to San Francisco AIDS Foundation at the event.
For more information, please visit http://www.santaskivviesrun.org/
About the San Francisco AIDS Foundation
No city experienced epidemic levels of HIV faster than San Francisco. At San Francisco AIDS Foundation, we work to end the epidemic where it first took hold, and eventually everywhere. Established in 1982, our mission is the radical reduction of new infections in San Francisco. Through education, advocacy, and direct services for prevention and care, we are confronting HIV in communities most vulnerable to the disease. We refuse to accept that HIV transmission is inevitable. More information about the foundation is available at http://www.sfaf.org.