Fifteen local restaurants all across Chattanooga will be joining forces with Cempa Community Care to raise money and awareness for HIV programs in the Tennessee Valley through the organization’s annual Dining Out For Life event on Thursday. Proceeds will benefit those within our community who are affected by HIV.
Participating restaurants include 1885, Big Chill & Grill, Brewhaus, Easy Bistro, FEED Co. Table & Tavern, Flying Squirrel, Frothy Monkey, Il Primo Northshore, Il Primo Ooltewah, Main Street Meats, Public House, Sing It or Wing It, Southern Star, Tremont Tavern, and Universal Joint.
To join the cause, simply dine in at a participating restaurant or pick up a meal to eat at home. If you can’t make it to a restaurant, you can still give back by texting CEMPA to 205-7110.
“I’m proud to be a part of an event that not only spreads awareness for HIV, but also encourages people to support their local community,” said Mike Rice, 2021 Dining Out For Life restaurant ambassador.
“The past year was challenging for so many in our community, and our local restaurants are no exception,” said Shannon Stephenson, Cempa Community Care CEO. “Many of those in this list participated last year, even as they navigated challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, and we are so grateful for their continued support of our organization and our community as a whole.”
Dining Out For Life 2021 is presented by the Chattanooga CARES Foundation, Subaru of America, and NPS Pharmacy.
More details can be found here: https://cempa.org/dining-out-for-life/