Dine Out to Do Good!
Thursday April 30!
Dining Out for Life benefits The Aliveness Project. Founded in 1985, the Aliveness Project is a local nonprofit organization and community center located in Kingfield neighborhood providing on-site meals, food shelf options, integrative therapies, and vital services for individuals living with HIV/AIDS throughout Minnesota. 75% of our members live in poverty and depend on us for daily meals.
Many Kingfield and other local restaurants support this organization and participate in this event. Visit here to see the full list of over 200 participating restaurants! Or just walk around the neighborhood and spend your day eating at all your favorite Kingfield places including Blackbird, Butter Bakery Café, Café Ena, Curran’s Restaurant, Corner Table, Grand Café, Hola Arepa, Kyatchi, The Lowbrow, Pat’s Tap, Rincon 38, and Victor’s 1959 Café!
There’s still time for you to volunteer to serve as an Ambassador for Dining Out For Life. Sign up at: http://www.aliveness.org/2015-dining-out-life%C2%AE-ambassador-sign-form