Dine Out. Fight HIV.
An annual event to raise funds and awareness for HIV in Nevada.
April 28, 2016
Reno • Sparks • Carson City
On April 28, 2016, over 50 local restaurants across Reno, Sparks, and Carson City will contribute a portion of their sales to Northern Nevada HOPES for HIV programs and services. When you dine out at a participating restaurant on this one special day, you'll be helping to end HIV in Nevada, just by enjoying a good meal out. Mark your calendars for Thursday April 28, 2016 – Reno's 6th annual Dining Out For Life™ event.
At Northern Nevada HOPES, we are committed to caring for people affected by HIV/AIDS in northern Nevada. Our downtown Reno health center provides comprehensive HIV prevention, treatment, and care. With your help, we are saving and changing lives in our community.
DOFL is a social event and there are plenty of ways you can help spread the word through social media. Use @nnhopes to talk to us on any platform, and we encourage people to use the hashtag #DOFLNV and #DOFL when sharing the event on social media. Here’s how you can find HOPES on the internet and social media:
Help us in raising funds and awareness for HIV and AIDS. Make a tax-deductible contribution to Northern Nevada HOPES today. Your gift will provide lifesaving services for Nevadans living with and at risk for HIV and AIDS.
These incredible restaurants are committed to supporting those living with HIV/AIDS in our community. Show your support by dining out at any of these locations throughout the year and on Thursday April 28, 2016.
Dining Out For Life sponsors stand behind the HIV and AIDS cause. In return, they receive exclusive promotion throughout the year and the opportunity to reach thousands of diners during Dining Out For Life.
Are you interested in supporting your community and joining a multi-city fundraising event? Let us know.
Your investment will provide lifesaving services for people living with HIV and AIDS.
Dining Out for Life wouldn't be possible without the help of our generous Volunteer Ambassadors.
Being a Volunteer Ambassador is a great way to rally support for those living with HIV/AIDS and an even better way to reconnect with friends, coworkers, family, and business associates. Volunteer Ambassadors promote their restaurant to everyone they know with the goal of filling the restaurant!
Volunteer Ambassadors are needed for morning, lunch and dinner shifts. Our large variety of restaurants includes locations in Reno, Sparks, and Carson City.
Volunteer Ambassadors help by:
We train each Volunteer Ambassador to have an awesome Dining Out For Life experience. Contact us today if you would like to be a part of our team, have fun, and most importantly, help fight HIV in Nevada!