Dine for Dollars, Support Fight Against HIV

By | 2017-05-04T09:00:00+00:00 May 4th, 2017|Michigan, News|

UNIFIED – HIV Health and Beyond will hold its 22nd Annual Dining for Dollars fundraising dinner, silent auction and strolling raffle at a new location this year – The Ann Arbor City Club.
Join community supporters for a night of festivities at 6 p.m. on May 17 at 1830 Washtenaw Ave. The event features a fabulous dinner prepared by executive chef Nathan Ennis and a chance to win prizes in a fun-filled strolling raffle and silent auction.
As the largest annual fundraiser for UHHB, monies raised will support the organization’s mission of advancing prevention, access to healthcare, community research and advocacy – a mission rooted in our history of the fight against HIV.
In addition to celebrating the long history of this event, UHHB will be providing highlights of our work in the community in 2016 including plans to bring an end to HIV through promotion of the UNAIDS 90-90-90 plan to end the epidemic by 2030 as a result of diagnosis, care and prevention.
People living with HIV rely on UHHB and their donors to access medical care, treatment, housing, food, support groups and other community resources that promote health and a positive quality of life. Like most members of our community, our clients have loved ones and family members that depend on them.
Events like Dining for Dollars raise critical funds to ensure that people living with HIV get connected to lifesaving services and prevention efforts in southeast Michigan.
Reservations for Dining for Dollars may be made securely online at http://bit.ly/2lhN9YN or by calling the Ypsilanti office at 734-572-9355, Ext 261. The cost per person is $135 or $110 each for a group of four or more. Tables for 10 are also available for a gift of $1,000.
The public is encouraged to come and celebrate 22 years of one of the community’s long-standing events and learn more about the future of HIV care and prevention in Southeast Michigan, as well as changes to move UHHB forward in the fight against HIV in your community.

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