Dine Out, Fight AIDS!
On Thursday, April 27, over 500 people will "dine out to fight AIDS" across the Inland Empire. Join them, because participating restaurants will donate a generous portion of your bill to Foothill AIDS Project (FAP). Dining Out For Life is the very first dine-out fundraiser of its kind in the U.S. So far, it has raised over $4 million for HIV/AIDS service organizations across North America.
For the first time in 2016, Foothill AIDS Project was one of this event’s beneficiaries. At the annual Dining Out For Life Conference, FAP was named the most successful first-time participant of 2016! These funds provided FAP's vital support services to those in need.
How does it work?
Hundreds of people all over the Inland Empire will choose their favorite participating restaurant and dine out on April 27 for breakfast, lunch and/or dinner. The restaurant will donate a percentage of their bill to FAP to advance the fight against HIV/AIDS.
To view a full list of participating restaurants, please click on participating restaurants tab on the left side of this page!
Learn more about our participating restaurants here.
ABOUT FOOTHILL AIDS PROJECT:
Every year, Foothill AIDS Project (FAP) delivers care and compassion to over 1,00 unduplicated individuals living with HIV/AIDS across the Inland Empire. One-third of our clients are women, many raising young children. Almost 90 percent of clients live on low fixed incomes, struggling to house themselves and feed their families. At least 70 percent of clients also cope with other critical health conditions, such as diabetes, cancer, COPD, hepatitis, and physical disabilities.
FAP delivers care and compassion, linking people to HIV treatment, helping clients stay in treatment, offering medical case management, counseling and support groups, comforting and educating loved ones, stopping future HIV infections, and working to ensure our clients and their families enjoy a stable home, good health, and positive well-being. Click here to learn more about FAP now!
Visit Foothill AIDS Project's website here.