Dining Out For Life

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This year, 200 Participating Restaurants in the Twin Cities, Duluth, Lanesboro, and Mankato have agreed to donate a portion of their proceeds to The Aliveness Project.

Founded in 1985, The Aliveness Project is a local nonprofit organization and community center providing on-site meals, food shelf options, integrative therapies, and vital services for individuals living with HIV/AIDS throughout Minnesota. 75% of our members live in poverty and depend on us for daily meals.

In 2014, with a new home, a small but dedicated staff, and over 1,600 volunteers, The Aliveness Project will have a direct and meaningful impact on the lives of more than 1,700 adults and children living with and affected by HIV/AIDS. Our new center at 3808 Nicollet Avenue in Minneapolis offers a much-improved space, greater capacity to serve thousands of meals and provide a larger number of services for more members, and light-filled open space to host community events and collaborations.

Last year's Dining Out for Life raised over $257,000 in donations from generous restaurants, sponsors, and 37,000 individual diners. This year, our goal is $275,000 and 40,000 diners on Thursday, April 30. We invite you to Dine Out, Do Good and have fun as you contribute and help us reach and surpass those numbers!

Peruse the website menu on the left to learn all about the event and how to get involved. Visit www.aliveness.org for detailed information about the much needed work of The Aliveness Project and to make a donation.
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By: The Pourhouse

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