WNCAP hosts Dine In For Life

Press release from Western North Carolina AIDS Project:

Dining Out For Life is postponed, but you can still support local restaurants AND help end HIV/AIDS in our community. Dine IN For Life on Thursday, April 30!

All you have to do is order takeout or delivery from your favorite participating restaurant (or purchase a gift card!). Then, make a donation of whatever you can afford to WNCAP to support our ongoing services. Don’t forget to snap a selfie with your lifesaving takeout! Send your photo to mpoandl@wncap.org or post to social media with the hashtags #DineInEndHIV and #TakeoutForLife.

Check out delivery/takeout/gift card options for DOFL participating restaurants here. You can donate to WNCAP here.

As we face this current public health crisis, our community is in desperate need of WNCAP’s services. Assistance with rent, food delivery, pharmacy and harm reduction services are more critical now than ever before. Our amazing staff and volunteers are stepping up to the plate – but we can’t continue this life-saving work without community support.

On Thursday, April 30, take a moment to enjoy a nice meal, support HIV prevention and care, and share your selfie on social media. Making an impact feels good – and it tastes delicious!

For more information about Dine IN For Life, please visit our website or contact Michael at mpoandl@wncap.org.

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