Over 200 local restaurants will participate in the 22nd annual Dining Out for Life fundraising event

    Don’t let stuffy fundraisers get you down. This one’s as easy as it gets.

     

    With springtime comes event season. And while most fundraisers take time and planning, Dining Out for Life keeps it simple. But that’s just part of the reason the event is now celebrating its 22nd anniversary.

    On April 26, dine at one of over 200 restaurants across the Delaware Valley and 33 percent of the cost of the meal will go to fighting HIV and AIDS.

    There’s no ticket to buy or outfit to plan. Just head out for dinner at one of the participating restaurants that are taking part in this nationwide fundraiser.

    Dining Out for Life was founded in 1991 by ActionAIDS, a local non-profit serving the Philadelphia region. The event is now reproduced in 60 different cities across the country, and nets over $3 million a year in proceeds.

    For more info visit diningoutforlife.com/philadelphia.

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