Carbo Load for a CausePosted on April 5th, 2009
Subaru partners with Dining Out For Life to fund AIDS service providers
Endurance athletes may disagree about training programs, but few will turn away a good meal. On April 30, more than 3500 restaurants throughout the country will donate a portion of their daily proceeds to AIDS service providers. Subaru and Dining Out For Life International cosponsor the annual fundraiser, which raised $3.9 million last year.
Subaru leads the auto industry in its commitment to philanthropic ventures. Its recent “Share the Love” campaign raised $4.6 million for five charities: Habitat for Humanity, Boys and Girls Club of America, Meals On Wheels Association of America, the National Wildlife Federation, and the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Dining Out For Life International was created in 1991 by an Action/AIDS volunteer in Philadelphia. The organization hosts events in fifty-five North American cities to raise money for AIDS service providers.
To find a restaurant in your area and make reservations online, visit the organization’s web site.
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