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Dining Out For Life

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Wednesday, December 1, 2021  /   All Day  /   Variety of different Restaurants along the Gulf Coast

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SPONSORS

AllMaedup Makeup Artistry

SSG Alisha McGhee

Elite Real Estate

Avita

Gilead

Beni Kloset

The UPS Store

Off The Hook Marina & Grill

HAVE QUESTIONS? 

Call us at 205.900.7912 or email.

Save the date: World AIDS Day, Wednesday, December 1, 2021!
Dine Out. End HIV.

Dine out or have a cocktail at one or more of our participating locations, and a portion of your bill will be donated to AIDS Alabama South's programs and services for individuals living with HIV.

Dining Out for Life (DOFL) hosted by Subaru® happens on December 1 (World AIDS Day) as an annual fundraising event to raise much-needed funds to help AIDS Alabama South. Dining Out For Life involves the generous participation of restaurants, volunteers, sponsors, and diners. Every dollar raised during DOFL goes toward providing services and education to individuals with HIV, and those MOST AT RISK of contracting – meaning it enables AIDS Alabama South to reduce new HIV transmissions in our community.


Participating in Dining Out For Life couldn't be easier:
☑ Make plans to dine out at participating DOFL locations on World AIDS Day, December 1, 2020, for breakfast, lunch, dinner or more.
☑ Invite everyone you know to do the same. Reservations are highly encouraged.
☑ Spread the word via email on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.

Proceeds from Dining Out For Life benefit AIDS Alabama South

 

Participating restaurants and bars: 

FlipSide Bar

Bob’s Downtown

The Midtown Pub

D Spot Daiquiri & Grill

Time to Eat Café

P.S. Taco Company

Annie’s Kitchen

Flava's



About AIDS Alabama South:
AIDS Alabama South is dedicated to eliminating new HIV infections and improving the health and well-being of people living with HIV through inclusive and empowering support services and HIV prevention education.

Mobile County is one of the three most at-risk counties in the State of Alabama in which to contract HIV. Each year, Mobile County rivals Jefferson County, which has 37% more people, for the county with the highest number of new HIV infections. HIV continues to adversely impact our local community as the number of new cases of HIV continues to rise.

Have Questions? Contact: Kimberly McKeand at 205.900.7912 or kimberly.mckeand@aidsalabama.org