Angels Come Bearing Food and TLC

Story and Photo by Rhonda Von Pelt, Pikes Peak Bulletin

The best food is prepared with a big helping of tender loving care.

The Carroll family getting ready to deliver meals in Colorado Springs.

That’s the recipe Project Angel Heart has followed for 26 years of changing—maybe even saving—lives.

A man named Charles Robbins founded Project Angel Heart in Denver in 1991 after seeing friends dying of HIV/AIDS. Today, the nonprofit provides medically tailored food to people coping with all types of life-threaten­ing illness.

The Colorado Springs branch was launched in 2005 and is now headquartered on the Westside. Read the rest of the story in the Pikes Peak Bulletin » 

As mentioned in the story, Project Angel Heart is participating in this year’s Give! campaign, with the goal of raising $28,000- enough to fund two weeks’ worth of meals for all of our Colorado Springs clients! You can help by donating before December 31 »

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