Dine Out for Life – HIV/AIDS Fundraiser

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Want to do something easy to help fight HIV/AIDS? Dine out for life! An easy HIV/AIDS fundraiser that is going on across the country this week.

printed materials promoting the Dine Out For Life fundraiser

Photo: queen_of_subtle (flickr)

More than 3,500 restaurants donate a portion of their proceeds from this one special night of dining to the licensed agency in their city

Want to do something easy to help fight HIV/AIDS? Dine out for life!

“Dining Out For Life® is an annual fund-raising event involving the generous participation of volunteers, corporate sponsors and restaurants. In exchange for their financial support, restaurants are listed in a city wide marketing campaign in an effort to increase customer traffic.

More than 3,500 restaurants donate a portion of their proceeds from this one special night of dining to the licensed agency in their city. Nearly $4 million dollars a year is raised to support the missions of agencies throughout North America. With the exception of the annual licensing fee of $600, all money raised in these cities stays there”

Check out the website to see if your town/city is participating.

Natalie Ingraham (M.P.H.)

is a recent graduate of Indiana University and is now pursuing a Ph.D. in Medical Sociology at University of California San Francisco.
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  • BartonFink42

    I usually dine in a couple of Washington DC restaurants that were part of this program. I thought it was an amazing idea. I was feeling better when dining there knowing that some of the money I was paying were going towards a good cause.