16 Houston eating places provide alternatives to assist a life-saving trigger

A long-running charity dining program has announced its plans for 2021. Eat for life will return from July 24th to 31st.

Participating restaurants agree to donate either a set donation or a portion of the revenue from the event to the AIDS Foundation Houston. Guests show their support by patronizing the breakfast, lunch and dinner facilities for both dinner and take away.

There are currently 16 restaurants signed up to participate, but organizers expect more to be added in the coming days. This includes all locations of the casual Barnaby’s café and the Tex-Mex classic El Tiempo as well as the two locations of the comfort restaurant FM Kitchen. The full list can be found here.

Founded in 1982, the AIDS Foundation Houston was the first AIDS service organization in Texas. It offers a range of services designed to end the spread of HIV in the Houston area, including prevention training, testing, prisons, supportive housing, food aid, and more.

Dining Out for Life began in Philadelphia in 1991, and the AIDS Foundation participates in it every year, raising thousands of dollars for its program. The event includes more than 3,000 restaurants in 60 cities across the US and Canada.

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