We Dine Out To End HIV
We Dine out to Give Back

When you dine at a participating restaurant on April 30th, between 20%-35% of your bill goes directly to EMO’s HIV Day Center & OHSU’s Partnership Project . Both organizations work closely together to provide vital programs & services to individuals living with HIV in the Portland Metro area.

Partnership Project is entering its 25th year of providing critical services to HIV positive individuals in the Portland Metro area. Last year 700 people living with HIV were served through our HIV programs.

We help individuals get into medical care, maintain insurance, take their medications and connect to essential supportive services.  

EMO’s HIV Day Center, celebrating its 28th anniversary this year, is the oldest multi-service drop in center for low income individuals infected and affected by HIV in the United States. The Center serves approximately 300 people yearly, providing them with two hot meals a day, information and referral services, computer and internet access, phones, shower and laundry facilities as well as volunteer professionals who provide services such as massage therapy, acupuncture and haircuts.

The Daily Bread Express program of the HIV Day Center delivers weekly meals and supplemental groceries to more than 60 homebound individuals.

You can learn more about both organizations by visiting www.oshu.edu/partnership and http://www.emoregon.org/HIV-day_center.

Check out the Participating Restaurants Page to see which of your favorites are supporting Dining Out For Life this year!

Remember, you can support Dining Out For Life during breakfast, lunch, dinner, or cocktail hours!

Benefiting and Produced by Partnership Project and The HIV Day Center

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OHSU's Partnership Project and EMO's HIV Day Center

5552 SE Milwaukie Avenue

2941 NE Ainsworth St

Portland, OR 97202
Contact Person: Julia Lager-Mesulam

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