We want YOU at LeatherWalk 2015


AIDS Emergency Fund (AEF)
Breast Cancer Emergency Fund (BCEF)

LeatherWalk is the official kick-off for San Francisco's Leather Pride Week which culminates one week later at the Folsom Street Fair.
We walk together to celebrate leather, kink and community —
all while raising funds for two great agencies. Each year, hundreds
of LeatherWalkers take over Market Street and march from the Castro to SoMa. Our route includes stops at some of San Francisco's favorite watering holes and ends with a beer bust dance party hosted by the Bare Chest Calendar Men.
LeatherWalk raises awareness, visibility and community.

There are no registration fees but fundraising IS encouraged!

Sunday, September 20, 2015
Harvey Milk Plaza

Registration Open: 10:30am   |   Opening Ceremony: 12:00pm
Walk Begins after Opening Ceremony
Walk Ends at SF Eagle

*Check back in July for route details. Everyone 21+ welcome.

Get Involved and
Register now!

Register now to simply walk, fundraise or even set up a team!
There is no registration fee or fundraising minimum but you will be
able to set up an individual or team page online which will give you all the tools you need to raise funds for AEF and BCEF. If you prefer to fundraise offline, you can download the pledge form and fundraising toolkit to get started.

For more info, contact Frank Martinez or (415) 558-6999 ext. 225

Pledge Form Pledge Form

Can't make it to LeatherWalk but want to get involved anyway?
Make a donation today
to benefit LeatherWalk 2014.

About LeatherWalk

LeatherWalk was founded in 1992 by Art Tomaszewski, former AEF Board President, Bare Chest Calendar Man and former Mr. Headquarters Leather. Art was inspired to start an event that would raise visibility, comradery and funds for AEF.

In 2001, Mama Sandy Reinhardt, a tireless community fundraiser and founding advisor at BCEF, took over event production of LeatherWalk. Each year, Mama and Mama's Family hold LeatherWalk fundraisers across the country. Today, LeatherWalk raises vital funds for people living with HIV/AIDS and breast cancer.

We are so grateful for Mama's continued leadership!