Food always tastes better when you're being nice to other people. Providing meals, therapies, and other vital services for individuals living with HIV/AIDS throughout Minnesota, the Aliveness Project and Dining Out For Life could use your help.
And all you gotta do is dine out.
Seventy-five percent of Aliveness Project members live in poverty and depend on the organization for their daily meals. To help raise money for the charity's services, 200 participating restaurants will donate a percentage of their proceeds if you dine with them on Thursday, April 30.
And the event isn't just relegated to the Twin Cities. Restaurants in Lanesboro, Mankato and Duluth have also pledged to donate.
Locally, the Eagle Bolt Bar, Piccolo, Lush, the Saloon, and the Finnish Bistro are donating 100 percent of their profits.
Last year's Dining Out for Life raised over $257,000 in donations.
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