It’s time for Dining Out For Life® April 28 at these Birmingham area restaurants

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AIDS Alabama social workers
AIDS Alabama’s social work staff. (AIDS Alabama)

Celebrate Birmingham’s 13th annual Dining Out For Life ® event Thursday, April 28. Help raise funds and awareness for HIV services by simply dining at one of more than 20 local participating restaurants.

A word about HIV/AIDS in Birmingham

AIDS Alabama staff at Avondale Common House
AIDS Alabama staff at Avondale Common House last year during Dining Out for Life. (AIDS Alabama)

According to AIDS Alabama, currently, over 13,000 Alabamians are living with HIV. Though there have been many medical advances that make HIV manageable as a chronic disease, HIV rates in the South remain high and within epidemic proportions, making AIDS Alabama’s prevention, transportation, mental health and housing services vital.

You can have fun and make a difference by gathering friends, neighbors, and coworkers to dine out (or grab breakfast, lunch or snacks) April 28 at participating Dining Out For Life® restaurants in the Birmingham area.

Each restaurant will donate up to 35% of every bill that day to AIDS Alabama.

How does Dining Out For Life® work?

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Eating at Slice last year during Dining Out For Life®. (AIDS Alabama)

You eat out at a participating restaurant, whether for breakfast, lunch, dinner or all three.

  • When: Thursday, April 28, between 8AM-10PM

Some of Birmingham’s most popular restaurants are participating in the event, including:

Find the full list of participating restaurants here.

“We are so grateful to our partnering restaurants who are generously supporting AIDS Alabama. We are asking the community to dine-in or get takeout at our partnering restaurants to support AIDS Alabama’s vital programs and services.”

Caroline Bundy, Director of Development, AIDS Alabama

Whether you choose a long-time favorite place or use Dining Out For Life as a reason to try someplace new, AIDS Alabama encourages you to remember to thank the restaurant staff for participating in Dining Out For Life®.

AIDS Alabama has been making a difference in the community for 35 years

AIDS Alabama's impact
AIDS Alabama makes a big impact in the community. (AIDS Alabama)

For three and a half decades, AIDS Alabama has been making a difference in the Birmingham area through its programs, services and advocacy efforts.

ICYMI, here’s some of what they provide to people living with or at risk for getting HIV.

Get in on the action—volunteer to be part of Dining Out For Life®

people eating at a restaurant
Where will you eat on April 28? (AIDS Alabama)

The easiest way to get involved in this fun event is to gather everyone you know and eat at a participating Dining Out For Life® restaurant.

Want to do more? Volunteer as a virtual Dining Out For Life® Ambassador or Table Captain.

Interested? Contact Christy Little, AIDS Alabama’s Development Coordinator, for details.


Dining Out For Life®’s national sponsor is Subaru of America. ® = Registered trademark of Dining Out For Life International

Learn more about Dining Out For Life® on AIDS Alabama’s Facebook event page and on Instagram. Gather your friends and go eat on April 28!

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