Story and Photo by Rhonda Von Pelt, Pikes Peak Bulletin
The best food is prepared with a big helping of tender loving care.
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 »