DINE OUT ON APRIL 6th AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE
More than 70 DC-Area Restaurants Donating a Significant Portion of Sales to Support Children and Adults Facing HIV/AIDS and Cancer
On Thursday, April 6th, diners across the Washington metro region will stand up against HIV/AIDS, cancer and other life-challenging illnesses by sitting down at restaurants participating in this year’s Dining Out for Life® fundraiser. More than 70 area restaurants have pledged to contribute 25% to 110% of lunch and/or dinner sales to benefit Food & Friends’ clients living with HIV/AIDS, cancer and other life-challenging illnesses throughout the National Capital Region.
Where: Food & Friends is thrilled to have more than 70 restaurants on board, including those that are donating their entire evening’s proceeds, or more, to Food & Friends – Freddie's Beach Bar & Restaurant and Annie’s Paramount Steak House. A complete list of participating restaurants can be found at www.foodandfriends.org/diningout. Reservations can be made on OpenTable.com or through the restaurants directly.
Photo-Op: Thousands of diners enjoying a meal at locations around the city. Volunteers wearing red aprons mingling with diners.
Last year, more than 20,000 diners, restaurants and volunteers participated in Dining Out for Life®, raising more than $150,000 to support Food & Friends’ mission.
ABOUT FOOD & FRIENDS Food & Friends provides home-delivered meals, groceries and nutrition counseling to people living with HIV/AIDS, cancer and other life-challenging illnesses free of charge. Since 1988, Food & Friends has provided more than 20 million life-sustaining meals to more than 30,000 individuals. Our service area encompasses 5,346 square miles including the District of Columbia and 14 counties in Maryland and Virginia. For more information about Food & Friends, please visit www.foodandfriends.org or connect with us on Facebook, Twitter (@foodandfriends), or Instagram.