Restaurants raise money for AIDS Project

More than 100 restaurants will participate in the Western North Carolina AIDS Project’s annual Dining Out for Life benefit Thursday, April 28.

Restaurants in Arden, Black Mountain, Brevard, Flat Rock Hendersonville, Maggie Valley, Saluda, Waynesville, Weaverville and Woodfin will donate 20 percent of their gross sales to the WNC AIDS Project.

Last year’s event raised more than $120,000. Money raised will help the organization continue its mission of increasing awareness to at risk individuals through their outreach education and prevention programs and provide case managed care to those already affected by HIV/AIDS.

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