Dining Out For Life: POSTPONED

After much thought and consideration, the Aliveness Project has made the difficult decision to postpone Dining Out For Life due to the current COVID-19 crisis. As of today, Dining Out For Life will be rescheduled to take place on Thursday September 24, 2020.

Thank you for your continued support of Dining Out For Life and the Aliveness Project, we are confident that we will get through this together. We also want to thank our incredible restaurant partners, ambassadors, event sponsors, and media partners who are committed to support our decision during this challenging time.

While the ramifications of COVID-19 are still uncertain, the safety and health of our members, volunteers, staff, donors, restaurant partners, and community we serve is our number one priority as we navigate the challenges ahead.

With our largest fundraiser postponed until September 24th, we are relying on our community to support us as we serve our immunocompromised members during this crisis. We ask that you consider making a donation so that we can continue providing these critical services.

Ways to give-

  • Online Donations: Click here
  • Donations can mailed to 3808 Nicollet Ave S Minneapolis MN 55409
  • In-Kind Donations (Non-perishable goods, personal hygiene products, cleaning products)

With many of our Dining Out For Life restaurant partners having to close their dine-in service, it is important that we continue to support them by buying gift cards and ordering take-out/curbside pick-up. Click Here for a full list of DOFL restaurants to support. Thank You!

For additional concerns, questions or thoughts please contact, Dylan Boyer, Event Manager, at [email protected] and cc: Matt Boston, Development Director, at [email protected].

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