Volunteer as an Ambassador
Do you love chatting with friends, trying new restaurants, and volunteering for a great cause? If the answer is yes, then you'd make a great ambassador for Dining Out for Life®! Just by sharing your enthusiasm, spreading the word, and filling your favorite restaurant with friends and family, you can make a difference for Project Angel Heart clients living with HIV/AIDS.
What Do Ambassadors Do?
Ambassadors volunteer their time to represent at Project Angel Heart at one of 250+ participating restaurants on April 27, 2017. They invite friends and family to dine at their assigned restaurant, and during the evening they greet guests, tell them about Project Angel Heart, and give them a chance to enter a prize drawing and/or make a personal gift.
- Register with a friend or volunteer on your own...either way, you'll have a fun evening!
- Attend a training session at Project Angel Heart in early April.
- Invite your friends and family to dine at your assigned restaurant.
- Greet and thank diners. Remind them that 25 percent of their bill will help Project Angel Heart provide medically tailored meals for the portion of Project Angel Heart clients living with HIV/AIDS.
- Offer guests the opportunity to enter a drawing for a $2,500 King Soopers gift card and/or make a personal gift to support the life-saving work of Project Angel Heart.
- Return materials to Project Angel Heart representatives at the end of the night.
Dining Out For Life is our biggest fundraiser of the year! As a volunteer ambassador, your fundraising efforts--both in the restaurant and online before and after the event (optional)--are critical in our efforts to provide life-saving nutrition for more than 2,900 clients in Colorado. Read more about Fundraising
Can't Volunteer On April 27, 2017?
Sign up to be a virtual ambassador! You can still support our program by setting a fundraising goal, creating a personal fundraising page, and then encouraging the people in your network to dine out and/or make a gift on your fundraising page.