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Local restaurants are stepping up to the plate Thursday, in celebration of Dining Out For Life.

More than 200 establishments from Whistler to White Rock and across the Fraser Valley are to contribute 25 per cent of sales that day to people living with HIV/AIDS through A Loving Spoonful and Friends for Life.

Participating restaurants include Charlie Don’t Surf, Giraffe Restaurant, Uli’s Restaurant and Washington Avenue Grill in White Rock, and the Vault Restaurant in Cloverdale.

Lisa Martella, executive director of A Loving Spoonful, said a couple spending $140 at a participating restaurant will provide meals for 10 people through the two charities.

For more information, visit diningoutforlife.ca

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