WNCAP offers Dine In for Life April 30

Press release from WNCAP:

Dining Out For Life is postponed, but people can still support local restaurants AND help people living with HIV during the COVID-19 crisis.. Dine IN For Life on Thursday, April 30.

Dine IN For Life is simple: Order takeout or delivery from your favorite participating restaurant (or purchase a gift card!); Then, consider making a donation to WNCAP to support our community services; Finally, don’t forget to snap a selfie of your lifesaving takeout and post the photo to social media.

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

WNCAP is not asking for direct contributions from restaurants during Dine IN For Life. Instead, we are inviting our community to support local restaurants that have given so much to WNCAP and other local causes over the years.

Check out delivery/takeout/gift card options for Dining Out For Life participating restaurants.

Donate directly to WNCAP here.

Dine IN For Life will feature an online raffle for a $500 cash card courtesy of Mosaic Realty. Anyone can enter the raffle by making an online donation to WNCAP or by tagging WNCAP on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.

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