Chattanooga Cares Presents Care For A Bite On June 19

Thursday, June 6, 2013

Chattanooga CARES will present CARE for a Bite On Wednesday, June 19. 

The concept is simple, dine at one of the participating restaurants and the restaurant will donate a portion of its profits to Chattanooga CARES. By simply enjoying a meal at a favorite Chattanooga restaurants, one can support the mission of Chattanooga CARES.

Each restaurant will have a host who will greet diners and thank them for eating out on this special day. The host will also leave a donation envelope at each table for those who wish to make any further contributions. Filling out the donation envelope will enter the guest in a chance to win a Weekend Getaway at The Chattanoogan Hotel.

Officials said, "Help Chattanooga CARES give a new meaning to 'Another Helping,' and join us on June 19 for CARE for a Bite!"

For a complete list of participating restaurants, visit the website at www.chattanoogacares.org.

Chattanooga CARES is the Tennessee Valley’s resource for HIV/AIDS providing education, prevention and support to all those affected by the virus. The CARES facility offers free rapid HIV testing where results are available in 20 minutes. The on-site clinic provides comprehensive primary health care, substance abuse and mental health services, adherence counseling, patient education, nutritional services, and specialty medical services. Chattanooga CARES also provides an array of client services which include one-on-one case management, support services, assistance with rent/mortgages, utilities, food, eye exams, medicine support groups, client education and job placement. For more information on Chattanooga CARES and all of upcoming events, please call 423 648-9912 or send an email to davidm@chattanoogacares.org.

 



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