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‘Dining out for Life’ annual fundraiser in Indianapolis, IN

On Thursday, April 20, more than 75 restaurants will be donating proceeds to help end HIV in Indiana.

A sandwich with a flyer for Dining Out For Life fundraiser

More than 75 restaurants around Indy are joining to support The Damien Center’s annual fundraiser.

Photo via The Damien Center/Porch Light PR

Did you know that last year a total of 14,250 people were living with HIV/AIDS in Indiana — with the majority of those living in central Indiana?

Local not-for-profit Damien Center is the state’s oldest and largest AIDS service organization (ASO) and serves 6,000+ individuals affected.

On Thursday, April 20, Damien Center will be holding its 29th annual “Dining Out For Life” fundraiser, where more than 75 participating restaurants in the area will donate proceeds from dine-in, carryout, and delivery orders to the Damien Center.

The following businesses will be donating a whopping 50% of their proceeds:

Start planning your dinner date and check out the full list of participating restaurants.

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