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Whitman-Walker Announces First Annual Brunch to End HIV

November 6, 2016

Today, Whitman-Walker Health (WWH) announced several DC-area restaurants will show their support for the upcoming Walk & 5K to End HIV, formerly AIDS Walk Washington, by participating in the first annual Brunch to End HIV on Sunday, November 6th. Each of the participating restaurants has agreed to donate a portion of their November 6th brunch sales to benefit Whitman-Walker’s HIV services and programs on this 30th anniversary of the Walk & 5K to End HIV, taking place Saturday, November 12th at Freedom Plaza.
“We are so excited to have the support of some of the DC area’s best restaurants in our efforts to end HIV,” said Abbie Gibbs, Chief Development Officer for WWH. “Thanks to the generosity and participation of these restaurants in our first Brunch to End HIV, people have another opportunity to support the great work we do at Whitman-Walker.”
As of today, 12 restaurants across DC have signed onto the Brunch to End HIV. Those restaurants include:
Busboys & Poets Takoma
Exiles Bar
Shaw's Tavern
Dirty Habit
Jackson 20
Compass Rose
To obtain the most up to date list of participating restaurants, their locations, and the various times of each restaurant’s brunch service, visit

About Whitman-Walker Health

Established in 1978, Whitman-Walker Health is a non-profit, community health center serving the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area. Through four sites in the District of Columbia, Whitman-Walker Health offers primary medical and dental care; mental health and addictions counseling and treatment; HIV education, prevention, and testing; legal services; and medical adherence case management. Whitman-Walker Health is committed to meeting the health needs of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community and people living with HIV/AIDS.


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