Celebrity chef, Monica Pope and fellow restaurateurs serve up a delicious opportunity for Houstonians to give back to the community.
“Dining Out for Life” – Thursday, April 24th
“Dining Out For Life” is that single day of the year when everyone can help end HIV/AIDS by having a meal. How simple is that! On Thursday, April 24, 2014 over 30 Houston-area restaurants will donate a portion of their proceeds to AIDS Foundation Houston (AFH).
“We’re delighted that celebrity chef and Houston restaurant owner, Monica Pope serving as the 2014 Dining Out for Life event chair” said AFH’s Chief Development Officer, Melody Patelis.
With Houston favorites like Sparrow Bar and Cookshop, Sorrel Bistro, Canopy, Shade, Américas and Ibiza as participating restaurants, Dining Out For Life 2014 is stacking up to be the best yet. Visit www.AIDShelp.org/diningoutforlife to select from the list of participating restaurants. Then, grab your family and friends and have a meal!
“Dining Out for Life” in the Houston area will benefit AIDS Foundation Houston, Inc. and all monies raised will help support the thousands of clients the agency serves annually through its extensive supportive services, prevention education, testing, and housing programs.
“Dining Out for Life” has raised millions of dollars across the U.S. and Canada for AIDS service organizations. So on Thursday, April 24th, do your part to raise much needed funds for many who are in need—who knew being a philanthropist could be so easy!
Subaru is the international sponsor of “Dining Out for Life.”
About Monica Pope
Top Chef Masters Competitor, Bravo TV, 2010 and current owner of celebrated Houston restaurant, Sparrow Bar & Cookshop.
About AIDS Foundation Houston, Inc.
AIDS Foundation Houston, Inc. (AFH), founded in 1982, was the first AIDS Service Organization in Texas and remains a national leader in HIV/STD programming. Focusing on preventing new HIV infections, and providing housing and supportive services to those already living with HIV/AIDS, AFH provides care to almost 6,000 men; women and children affected by HIV/AIDS and will educate more than 90,000 people throughout Texas. For more information, please visit www.AIDSHelp.org