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Dining Out For Life fundraiser returns to St. Louis restaurants on June 13

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More than 20 St. Louis restaurants are participating in the 30th annual Dining Out For Life on Thursday, June 13, and donating a portion of proceeds to Vivent Health in an effort to raise funds to help cover health care and other services for locals affected by HIV.

“As a community-based organization, Vivent Health must continue delivering the services and programs that meet the most critical health needs of our community and remain nimble so we can adapt as those needs change,” Margaret Lidstone, Chief Philanthropy and Engagement Officer at Vivent Health, said in a release. “Dining Out For Life is instrumental in ensuring that this happens. All funds raised during this one-day event support the health and wellbeing of the St. Louis community who need care.”

Participants include Eleven Eleven Mississippi, Hamilton's Urban Steakhouse and Baileys’ Restaurants and many more. For the full list of participating restaurants, as well as information on the percentage of proceeds they’ll be donating, click here.

Vivent Health is a national organization with fundraisers being held all across the country, but all the funding raised in St. Louis stays in St. Louis, where Vivent cares for over 3,650 locals living with HIV, as well as thousands more who are affected by the disease, according to the release.