Dining Out For Life Returns to Los Angeles on Thursday, April 27.
BY ORLY LYNNE
APLA Health is excited to announce the return of Dining Out For Life to Los Angeles on Thursday, April 27. The fundraiser features a diverse roster of restaurants throughout the city, which will donate a portion of their day’s receipts to APLA Health and Project Angel Food. Proceeds will help both organizations provide critically needed services for those living with HIV/AIDS in Los Angeles.
Dining Out For Life invites patrons to give back to their comunity simply by enjoying a meal at one of their favorite restaurants. The event is an automatic opt-in fundraiser—meaning whether guests know it or not, they will be contributing to APLA Health and Project Angel Food’s programs for those living with HIV/AIDS in L.A. and ensure everyone has access to quality health care and support services.
“We are proud to bring Dining Out For Life back to Los Angeles,” APLA Health Chief Executive Officer Craig E. Thompson says. “Sitting down with friends and family for a meal is something everyone enjoys, and on April 27th people can take a simple act like dining out and make it something that has an extraordinary impact on the HIV/AIDS epidemic in our community.”
Among the participating restaurants taking part in Dining Out For Life Los Angeles this year are: Crossroads Kitchen, The Abbey Food + Bar, Taste on Melrose, Taste at the Palisades, Tortilla Republic, Hedley’s, Mauro’s Café at Fred Segal, The Larchmont, and Spring.
For an up-to-date list, and to learn more about Dining Out For Life, please visit diningoutforlife.com/losangeles.