a sampling of Project Angel Heart meals


Project Angel Heart chefs wear masks while chopping carrots

Coronavirus – What Project Angel Heart is Doing

At Project Angel Heart, our mission is to improve health and well-being for the people who receive our meals. And because our focus is on health, we’re closely monitoring developments related to coronavirus in Colorado.   Our clients, all of …

Meet The Colorado Springs Regional Council

If you have been volunteering delivering meals for Project Angel Heart for a while, you may have met a member of the Colorado Springs regional council. This team of eight local volunteer leaders has the responsibility of raising funds and promoting outreach to our community on behalf of the organization

A Q & A with lead logistics officer, Matt Nigro

Matt Nigro, lead logistics officer, heads the distribution team at Project Angel Heart. During one of the most challenging times Project Angel Heart has experienced, he’s led with clarity of vision and purpose. We spoke to him about his team’s work over the past year, including how they’ve adapted.

$2.25 Million Raised to Provide Meals for Ailing Neighbors

You did it! Coloradans facing life-threatening health challenges during the pandemic desperately needed help getting nutritious food, and you stepped up to make sure they got the meals they needed. In October, we set out to raise $2 million to help ensure not one meal is missed this winter, but you helped us blow past that goal, providing our team with greater certainty and optimism as we head into the new year.

Meet Tiana

One of my favorite parts of my job is getting to see and engage with our volunteers every Saturday morning. I always say this is the culmination of my week – I get to see all my efforts of scheduling volunteers and filling delivery routes come together! Currently, we have one meal pick-up location for our delivery drivers and I am really starting to get to know our volunteers on a personal level. Learning some of the “whys” behind how our volunteers connected with Project Angel Heart has been inspiring!

Claire holding a meal bag

Project Angel Heart Holiday Checklist

How can you help Coloradans with life-threatening health conditions stay strong and nourished during this challenging time? Here are five simple things you can do–during the holidays or anytime–to help our most vulnerable neighbors have access to good nutrition, improved health, and better quality of life.

picture of cooked greens with garlic

Garlic-Braised Greens

Why do so many people eat greens on New Year’s Day? This tradition is rooted in the South, and it’s all about the green, which symbolizes money and prosperity. But we like greens for a different reason—they have a ton of health benefits!