Project Angel Heart
Rating: 4.94 stars 18 reviews
Issues: Food, Health
Location: 4950 Washington Street Denver CO 80216 USA
The mission of Project Angel Heart is to deliver nutritious meals to improve quality of life, at no cost, for those coping with life-threatening illness.
Target demographics: providing nutritious meals to neighbors living with life-threatening illnesses
Direct beneficiaries per year: 1,950 men, women and children coping with life-threatening illness
Geographic areas served: Denver and Colorado Springs
Programs: Project Angel Heart runs a single program of delivering nutritious meals to improve quality of life, at no cost, for those coping with life-threatening illness. Our meals are prepared fresh in a commercial kitchen run by professional chefs in Denver, CO, and distributed across 750 square miles of metro-Denver and 95 square miles of Colorado Springs with the help of nearly 3,000 annual volunteers. We serve people of any age who are affected by life-threatening illness, and we also serve dependents of our clients who are, due to their disease, unable to procure and prepare food for their dependents as necessary.
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I am writing this review as a member of the public since I moved away from the area. I was a volunteer and I miss the time I spent with these very caring employees and other volunteers. They make you feel so appreciated. It was really an honor to be able to go there every week. I count many of the staff as true friends. It is mainly because they are such caring individuals and it shows in their dedication to Project Angel Heart.
I have also been a donor and supporter to several of the functions throughout the year.
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