Frequently Asked Questions

This year the cost to register is $20.00 with children 6 and under are free. Tickets are available online at HERE. Also, on the day of the walk we will be able to accept debit/credit cards and cash.

The funds raised are divided by three funds that help residents living with HIV/AIDS in the state of Idaho with medication, living expenses and food/ food vouchers.

The walk is 2.5 mi through the historic Boise Northend, going along 5th street to Fort street and continuing north on 6th street to Alturas. West to 9th street and back down to Fort street, along to 5th and back to the Flying M Coffeehouse, (see map).

Parking is available on the street for free on the weekends, there are several downtown garages as a parking option. The garages run first hour free, and $2.50 ea additional hour.

Service animals are welcome.

With some high curbs and roots it may be difficult for those in wheelchairs, but feel free to contact us and we can assign a volunteer to help out. We like to make the Boise AIDS Walk as inclusive to everyone as we can.

The Boise AIDS Walk is open to all ages.

There are a few ways to become a sponsor, we can accept in-kind donations, raffle items, team sponsorships, portions of a day’s sales. The options are unlimited, if you have any questions email us at

Being a sponsor to the Boise AIDS Walk shows a commitment to the health and well being of the community. It also showcases your business or organization as one active in the community and drive business to you.

ISGCI Boise AIDS Walk, we will also be accepting donations the day of the event.

We can register the day of, or online at by clicking here! Be sure to keep an eye on our Facebook page for additional registration times and places around town.

Yes free rapid testing will be available the day of the walk, from our partners at ALPHA and CCJ.

Yes we do have a raffle associated with the walk that helps generate more funds for the AIDS Walk. Raffle tickets are $1.00/ea or 6 for $5.00. You do not need to be present to win a prize but if there are age restricted prizes then you will be asked to present an ID, if unable to then your ticket will go to the next prize line up drawn. We draw for prizes at the end of the Boise AIDS Walk when the last walker arrives.

Yes donations are always appreciated for the raffle and help make it great.

Boise AIDS Walk will call the number on the raffle ticket to find the best way to deliver your prize to you.