Passions sets $1-million goal to mark decade of helping those with HIV/AIDS
Dinner started by nine Vancouver chefs now involves two-dozen area restaurants
By Mia Stainsby, Vancouver Sun September 12, 2013
Ten years ago, Nathan Fong organized a fundraiser to help people living with HIV/AIDS. That cooking class for 100, with nine chefs, raised $7,000.
On Sunday, the annual event, Passions, continues at the Dr. Peter Centre on Comox Street.
Passions has raised $900,000 since its launch and, as always, it will feature great food, wine and enviable raffle and auction items.
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