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Eat Good, Do Good With Dining Out for Life 2016
So you want to do something good, but you don't have a lot of time or energy? Great, Dining Out for Life is the perfect event for you. All you have to do is show up at one of 50 participating restaurants, order food, and automatically the restaurant will donate 25% of the cost of your meal to Pierce County AIDS Foundation's HIV/AIDS prevention and care work in our area. It doesn't cost you anything more than your typical meal would (unless you choose to donate more), and you get a tasty meal out of it.
Here's the deal:
Eat good, do good!
Dine out in the South Sound on April 28th! Make your reservation for Thursday, April 28th to dine at any of the 50 participating restaurants in the South Sound and a portion of your bill will be donated to PCAF (Pierce County AIDS Foundation) to support local HIV/AIDS prevention and care work in Pierce, Thurston, and Lewis Counties.
Just by dining out on April 28th, you can help create hope and healing in the HIV community, combat stigma, and increase knowledge and prevention. It's the easiest good deed you'll do all year!
Want to see a bit more of your money go to AIDS, and get something special out of the deal? The fine folks at 7 Seas in Gig Harbor, and Tacoma's Jonz Catering are partnering to bring you a food and beer pairing dinner. Not only is this a special event, but they're donating 100% of the cost of your meal to PCAF. Last we heard there were only a few seats left, so you'll want to make your reservation now to get in on courses like macadamia bison slider with grilled pineapple aioli paired with 7 Seas beers. Give them a call at 253.514.8129.
Find a full list of participating restaurants here. Want to really help out? Eat all of your meals at participating Dining Out restaurants - purely a selfless choice, of course...
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