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Raise your fork and raise funds for HIV/AIDS! 

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Join Hudson Valley Community Services (HVCS) and Mid-Hudson Subaru on Wednesday, April 23, 2014 for Dining Out For Life, benefiting local HIV/AIDS programs and services. All you have to do is dine out at one of 25+ participating restaurants, and they’ll donate up to 25% of your check to help Hudson Valley residents living with HIV/AIDS.

HVCS is the region's most comprehensive service organization for people living with HIV/AIDS and other chronic illnesses, serving more than 3,500 people each year. We also provide prevention education and outreach to those at high risk for new HIV, STI and hepatitis C infection. Dining Out for Life is an international event that has raised more than $4 million for local HIV/AIDS organizations. It's an incredibly important event that not only helps nourish the community...but also feeds the soul. We sincerely hope you'll dine with us at one of our participating Dining Out For Life restaurants where up to 25% of your check will be donated to support the work of our agency.

A volunteer ambassador will greet you at each location and tell you how you can enter to win fantastic prizes in our exclusive raffle. It’s the easiest way to enjoy the vibrant Hudson Valley restaurant scene while helping to make a difference in the lives of your neighbors in need.

We've also partnered with wine and spirits retailers who will donate 20% of all purchases on April 23rd. Even if you can't dine out, you can still pick up a great bottle of wine to enjoy at home and still participate!

So make a reservation to make a difference on April 23rd! Find out more at www.diningoutforlife.com/hudsonvalley or at www.hudsonvalleycs.org

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