Dining For Friends

28 Years of Raising Funds and Awareness to Fight Against HIV/AIDS

Dining for Friends™ was started in 1990 by a group of concerned Guilford County residents just as the full impact of the AIDS epidemic was being felt in the area. Since that time, Dining for Friends has been duplicated by numerous organizations and nonprofits around the country, evolving into one of the most effective fundraising tools available in the fight against HIV/AIDS. In Guilford County alone, the event has raised more than 2 million dollars since its inception.

Each year in the Piedmont, area residents come together for Triad Health Project’s Annual Dining for Friends fundraising event, with hosts from around the Triad welcoming their friends for a party or other event in exchange for a donation to Triad Health Project. Over the years, Dining for Friends has become synonymous with community, friends, family, and celebration. One of the special things about Dining for Friends is the diversity of people who choose to take part. It is exciting to see folks who otherwise might not cross paths come together on this special night in support of a common cause.

Dining for Friends 2017

This year, on May 6, 2017, Triad Health Project and Community Party organizers came together to especially confront the disproportionate impact that the HIV/AIDS epidemic continues to have on minority and marginalized communities. The Dining for Friends Community Party and THP’s Dessert Finale were held on Saturday, May 6, 2017 at Greensboro’s International Civil Rights Center and Museum.  Guests were treated to delectable delights donated by Cheesecakes by Alex and entertainment by the popular local band, Low Key. Individuals who did not attend attend a Dining for Friends party/event were welcome to join the Dessert Finale by purchasing tickets online or at the door.

THP’s Generous Dining for Friends Sponsors

Dining for Friends is presented through the generosity of Presenting Sponsor, Replacements, Ltd. For detailed information about additional Dining for Friends sponsorship opportunities or for hosting a party, contact Triad Health Project, 336-275-1654, or email us at info@triadhealthproject.com