Dining Out For Life®
Support neighbors with severe illness and local restaurants when you dine out April 27!
A meal with heart gives hope
Our meals are available for people living with severe illness
Make a difference
Your gift helps us prepare and deliver medically tailored meals for Coloradans with cancer, HIV/AIDS, kidney disease, or other severe illnesses
Making an Impact
Give a Gift Today
Your gift provides life-saving, medically tailored meals for a neighbor facing a life-threatening diagnosis.
Become a Volunteer
Share love and hope by volunteering in the kitchen, delivering meals, or helping in other ways.
Get Medically Tailored Meals
Apply to have delicious, medically tailored meals delivered to your home.
Choose Project Angel Heart as your charity partner when you sign up for the Marathon!
Join us for our fall foodie tasting event that supports Project Angel Heart’s home-delivered medically tailored meal program. Enjoy tantalizing appetizers, entrees, and desserts from some of Denver’s beloved restaurants and caterers; and a variety of complimentary wine, beer, and spirits. Stay tuned for ticket details!
A Gift For Don: The Strength To Keep Teaching
For years, Don, a teacher and Project Angel Heart client living with HIV/AIDS, relied on instant mac and cheese and microwave dinners, which were easy to prep when he was tired and not feeling well. But these meals weren’t supporting his health, and he ended up in a health crisis. “Now I microwave [Project] Angel Heart meals, but they are healthy, nutritional, very specifically calculated meals for my health,” Don says. “And that’s enormous.”
Our Commitment to Sustainability
We care about the health of the people we serve and the health of our planet, which is why we’re committed to making sustainable choices in our kitchen and workplace. Our sustainability efforts range from choosing sustainably sourced ingredients for our meals to making composting and recycling a priority.
Medically tailored meals led to a 13% decrease in hospital readmissions.
Total medical costs for people with CHF, COPD, and diabetes decreased by 24%.
Clients spent less on hospital stays while receiving meals.
For the non-discrimination statement related to food distribution programs, see the link below: