Restaurants across Los
Angeles will be participating in Aid for AIDS' fundraising
event "Go Eat Los Angeles" on Thursday, February 26. More
than 65 restaurants are scheduled to participate in the event,
and each has pledged anywhere from 15-60% of their day's
proceeds to help in the effort to provide relief to families
who have been affected by AIDS. To see the full list of
restaurants that have pledged to help, visit:
Founded in 1983, Aid
for AIDS is one of California's oldest and longest-running
non-profits. Their mission is "to prevent homelessness and
hunger and to encourage independent living for impoverished
women, men and children with HIV/AIDS in Los Angeles County,"
according to a press release by the organization.