Dining Out For Life ®
Dining Out For Life was created in 1991 and is a trademarked international fundraiser conducted in more than 60 cities that raises over $4 million for HIV annually. The Aliveness Project's Dining Out For Life is in its 24th year and one of the largest events in the country.
With over 160 restaurant partners, 150 volunteer ambassadors, and 40,000 diners, The Aliveness Project is able to raise over $250,000 each year to support people living with HIV in Minnesota. Each restaurant donates a minimum of 20% of all food sales and sponsors and diners give generously to help us reach our goal. Dining Out For Life is held the fourth Thursday in April.
For more information visit www.DiningOutForLifeMN.org.
Red Ribbon Ride
The Red Ribbon Ride is a fully supported two day, 150 mile bike ride to raise vital funds for HIV services, treatment, prevention, and awareness in Minnesota. The Aliveness Project is one of three HIV/AIDS service organizations that benefits from the ride.
Join Team Aliveness as a rider or crew member, or consider making a donation to support our riders' fundraising goal.
Red Undie Run
Red Undie Run is a premier community event that brings awareness to World AIDS Day and the work of The Aliveness Project, Minnesota's leading community-based organization of services, advocacy, and education for people living with or at risk for HIV. The route is just over a mile in your red undies. Everybody is welcome!
The Aliveness Project hosts and participates in several smaller fundraising events throughout the year including PRIDE in June, Give to the Max Day in November, and Open Streets (Nicollet Ave) in September.
Check our calendar for upcoming events and email [email protected] if you're interested in planning a fundraiser on behalf of The Aliveness Project.