Audra "I don't run, I walk" Kenneson


AIDS Walk 2012

Wichita, Kansas

Audra "I don't run, I walk" Kenneson

Thank you for visiting my fundraising page!

Every year, I participate in this event for Positive Directions to raise money in memory of my brother, Rob. It is an imporant annual participation for me and raising money for an organization that does such wonderful work to assist the men and women in our community who are living with HIV and AIDS. I trust this organization and the work they do is meaningful to many in our community.

That being said, I want you to take a look at the "Eye Candy" I'm standing with. That is James. Every year, James and I fight to the finish over who can raise more money than the other. Last year, for the first time,  I was declared the  top individual fundraiser.

There is ONE reason that happened, and it's not because I'm remarkably wealthy, or connected to the richest people in the state. It is because I have terrific, loving friends who understand how very personal and special this journey is to me and they donate what they can. Sure, James has sexy legs and a bloated ego who claims he has "Wesson-ality" but we all know that THIS MOMMA knows how to bring home the bacon AND fry it up in a pan.

Last year, my goal was $500 my friends helped me raise $617!

This year, I'm setting my goal at $650.  My hope is that my friends will help me again. Kids, I'll take what you can give - and if you cannot give, I will be honored to take a good wish for a lovely day and prayers for all those who are currently living with HIV and AIDS and the family members who love them.

Donating through this website is simple, fast and totally secure. It is also the most efficient way to support my fundraising efforts.(OR you can give me a check or cash in person and I will turn it in and report the donation on this page.)

Many thanks for your support -- and don't forget to forward this to anyone who you think might want to donate too!

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Audra "I don't run, I walk" Kenneson
Look out, James. I will win again!