On Thursday, April 25, Lifelong will present its 27th annual Dining Out For Life. For one night only, 90 Seattle-area restaurants will donate 30-50% of their proceeds to Lifelong’s vital services that help feed, house, and provide access to healthcare to individuals living with serious illnesses, like HIV, cancer, and diabetes, as well as vulnerable homebound seniors.
This year’s event is more crucial than ever because of the new study published in The Lancet that directly coincides with Lifelong’s ‘food as medicine’ approach.
Globally, poor diet is the leading risk factor for death, and the people that are at the biggest disadvantage are the ones who are already chronically ill and living in poverty. As Lifelong continues to exponentially grow their client base each year, the need for funding is critical.
Supporting the most vulnerable people in the community could not be any easier than participating in Dining Out For Life:
- Choose from any of the Dining Out For Life participating restaurants
- Make plans with family or friends to meet up at one (or more!) of these restaurants
- Eat your generous heart out!
Learn more: diningoutforlife.com/seattle.
Lifelong is a community health organization committed to empowering people living with or at risk of HIV and/or other chronic conditions to lead healthier lives. Lifelong has always been an organization that stands up for communities facing discrimination and marginalization.