Help make a difference by simply enjoying a meal with family or friends during Dining Out For Life hosted by Subaru, a delicious event held on Thursday,
April 28th. The annual event is magnificent in its simplicity: Dine at one of the 3,000 participating restaurants in nearly 60 cities across North America and that restaurant will donate a generous portion of the day's proceeds to fund HIV/AIDS care, prevention, education, testing, counseling and other essential services in their city.
2016 marks the fourth consecutive year that Broward House will be the local host/beneficiary organization locally. Broward County’s longest-serving and largest
HIV/AIDS service organization, Broward House had more than 8,000 contacts with individuals through their prevention/education, testing, case management, assisted and independent living programs and their counseling and substance abuse treatment programs.
Broward House President and CEO Stacy Hyde states, “in 2015 we had 17 participating restaurants in Broward County and our team is hard at work to increase the number in 2016. We invite everyone to go out and eat at one of our generous restaurant partners on April 28th and support our mission to provide care and prevent HIV.”
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Volunteer spokespeople include Ted Allen, host of Food Network's Chopped, actor
Pam Grier (Foxy Brown, Jackie Brown), designer Mondo Guerra, winner of
Lifetime's Project Runway All-Stars, and chef Daisy Martinez from Food Network's
Viva Daisy! "I love working with (Dining Out For Life) because it's just such a cool, very low overhead operation that raises more than $4 million for American HIV and
AIDS service organizations in a single day…It also helps restaurants and chefs get new people coming in to try what they're doing. It just seems like such a win-win-win for everybody," says Ted Allen (HIV Plus Magazine, April 2015).
"We have been the host sponsor of Dining Out For Life for a decade; however, the struggle to fight the HIV/AIDS epidemic continues on. Subaru is proud to be part of an event that spreads awareness for such a worthy cause and also encourages people to support those who need it most in their local communities." said Alan Bethke, vice president of marketing, Subaru of America, Inc.