Subaru Hosts Dining Out For Life® Raising More Than $4.2 Million Dollars

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With support from Subaru of America, more than $4.2 million dollars was raised for HIV/AIDS services from a single day of dining in cities across North America this year, the most funds raised since Dining Out For Life® began in 1991.
 
The concept is simple: Restaurants agree to donate a generous percent of their sales to a local HIV service organization, and the local HIV service organization fills participating restaurants with diners. The annual fundraising event relies on the generous participation of volunteers, corporate sponsors, restaurants and diners.
 
The annual dining event, supported by Subaru of America, raised record funds in 2019 for community-based organizations serving people living with or impacted by HIV.
 
Dining Out For Life 2019 Results:
  • $4,281,118 (highest fundraising total in the event’s history)
  • 2,429 Participating Restaurants
  • 380,867 Estimated Number of Diners
  • 4,138 Volunteers
  • $404,634 Most Funds Raised: Denver’s Project Angel Heart
  • $22,908 was raised by the Top Participating Restaurant: Spencer's Restaurant in Palm Springs, California
 
Subaru of America has been the national Host Sponsor of Dining Out For Life® for more than a decade. The event, which originated in Philadelphia, is now held in 60+ markets across North America. Recently, Subaru employees, including members of the Out+Ally Employee Resource Group (ERG), joined staff and administrators of Action Wellness at the organization’s Philadelphia offices with a donation of blankets for community members living with HIV/AIDS and other chronic illnesses.
 
“At Subaru of America, we are driven by our mission to make a positive impact on our community, especially helping those who are sick or need caring for,” said Alan Bethke, Senior Vice President of Marketing, Subaru of America Inc. “We hope the record level of funds raised through the 2019 Dining Out For Life events, as well as our blanket donation, help those living with HIV/AIDS in our community and beyond.
 
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