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Dine Out, Save a Life

By Athima Chansanchai · April 28th, 2010 · No Comments

Three Fremont establishments – Blue Moon Burgers, Caffe Vita and Costas Opa Restaurant – will give customers a chance Thursday (April 29) to donate back 30% of each diner’s bill back to Lifelong AIDS Alliance, which provides services to those living with HIV/AIDS, including cooking and delivering fresh meals and groceries, providing health insurance and ensuring they have a safe place to live.

Dining Out for Life

Here is a complete list of participating restaurants – 142 in Seattle – for the 17th annual charity fundraiser, which has supporters in eateries hroughout King, Kitsap, and Snohomish Counties.

Last year, Lifelong was able to raise about $225,000 during the one day campaign.

Here’s an even sweeter deal, if just doing good isn’t incentive enough: make a donation of $25 or more on the night of Dining Out For Life and become a member of the 20% Off Tuesdays club, exclusive to Dining Out supporters. As a member of 20% Off Tuesdays, you will receive 20% off of your table’s food bill on Tuesday evenings throughout the year.

Participating 20% Off Tuesday restaurants are 94 Stewart, Abbondanza, Alexa’s Garden Cafe, Broadway Grill, Coffe Club Diner, Gandhi Indian Cuisine, Louisa’s Cafe, Mark Restaurant, Peaks Frozen Custard, Rachel’s, Romio’s in Greenwood, Sazerac, Skylark Cafe, Tango, Twisted, and Ventana.

Lifelong AIDS Alliance is committed to preventing the spread of HIV, and to providing practical support services and advocating for those whose lives are affected by HIV. Lifelong is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.




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