Monda Guerra at AIDS Walk New York May 15th

Mondo Guerra  
from “Project Runway”
will be at AIDS Walk New York
on Sunday, May 15
on behalf of his HIV education campaign, Living Positive By Design.

Mondo (from last season Project Runway)  is leading the national HIV education campaign Living Positive By Design alongside fellow show alum Jack Mackenroth. 

The two will come together for the first time on Sunday, May 15 at the 26th Annual AIDS Walk New York in Central Park, where Mondo will address the anticipated 45,000 attendees and discuss his personal journey with HIV. 

Mondo has been HIV-positive for ten years, and since his courageous disclosure of his HIV-positive status on “Project Runway,” has become an advocate for HIV/AIDS awareness.  Living Positive By Design is a partnership with Merck, and encourages people living with the disease to maintain a positive outlook on life while working with their doctors to manage their disease. 

Through the campaign, Mondo hopes to combat the stigma associated with the disease and share his experience with HIV.  He’s also encouraging people living with HIV to work with their doctor to find a treatment regimen that is right for them. 

More information on Living Positive By Design is available at LivingPositiveByDesign.com.  

Opening ceremonies for AIDS Walk New York  start at 9:15am, with the Walk beginning at 10am.  
Lots of celebrities will be on hand for the event!

BestGayNewYork.com





DID YOU KNOW???

·         More than one million people are living with HIV in the United States, and more than 107,000 of them live in New York City, the epicenter of the disease

·         AIDS case rates in New York City are almost triple the national average

·         HIV is the third leading cause of death for New York City residents between 35 and 54

·         Men who have sex with men (MSM) account for more than half of new HIV infections diagnosed in men each year, in New York City

–The risk is especially high for Black and Latino men, who account for most of the new HIV diagnoses, in New York City


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