Thursday, April 28, 2011

Dine Out for Life in Portland

For it's 3rd year Dining Out For Life comes to Portland on Thursday, April 28, 2011

"Dining Out Will Save a LIFE!

When you dine at a participating restaurant on this day, between 20%-30% of your bill goes directly to EMO's HIV Day Center and Partnership Project . Both organizations work closely together to provide vital programs and services to thousands of individuals living with HIV/AIDS.

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

Thank you to our supporters!!!" (From Dining Out official page)


by Erin DeJesus

"Major do-gooding dealfeed to report: All day today (Thursday, April 28), restaurants around Portland have pledged between 20-30 percent of each guest's check to Dining Out for Life, a nationwide HIV/AIDS benefit that, locally, will raise funds for Portland's Partnership Project and the HIV Day Center.

Among the restaurants involved include Broder, Ford Food & Drink, and the carts in the D-Street Noshery, but one of the best do-gooding deals in town is for the beer nerds. Tonight, N. Killingsworth beer bar/bottle shop Saraveza will donate 20 percent of its dinner sales between 5-10pm to the fundraiser — and in the back room, an all-night happy hour from 6-10pm will pour from kegs donated by Double Mountain, Firestone Walker, and Nectar Ales, with 100% of those sales benefiting Dining Out for Life.

For a complete list of participating restaurants — or more information about Dining Out for Life's efforts — visit its official site." (From Eater: PDX)



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