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Dining Out For Life

Time: April 25, 2019 all day
Location: APNH: A Place to Nourish your Health
Street: 1302 Chapel Street
City/Town: NEW HAVEN
Website or Map: https://www.diningoutforlife.…
Phone: 2036240947
Event Type: fundraiser
Organized By: APNH
Latest Activity: Apr 23

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ON APRIL 25th 2019, YOU CAN DINE WHILE SERVING OTHERS.

 APNH: A Place to Nourish your Health announces its 13th annual

DINING OUT FOR LIFE

A fundraiser sponsored by the generous restaurateurs of New Haven County who feed their customers while nurturing their community.

On Thursday, April 25, diners can enjoy a meal at any participating restaurant and a portion of their bill will be donated to APNH to support life-sustaining services for people living with HIV/AIDS and other chronic illnesses.

There are no restrictions, special menus or extra charges: It’s dinner as usual.  The difference is that when the tab is paid, a portion of the total is automatically donated to APNH - which makes your dining dollars go farther than you’d ever imagined.

 Twenty-eight area restaurants have signed on, each agreeing to donate anywhere from 25 to 50 percent of proceeds on that date.  

Every dollar donated to the cause is precious... so mark your calendars, make your reservations, bring your appetite, family and friends, and don’t skip dessert.  You can find participating restaurants online at www.diningoutforlife.com, select Connecticut.

 

Contacts:

Fran McMullen

475-441-7019

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