a sampling of Project Angel Heart meals


Remembering Chef Brandon

It is with extraordinary sadness that we learned this week of the death of our friend and executive chef, Brandon Foster. Chef Brandon was a thoughtful and caring leader at Project Angel Heart in so many ways, both in and out of …

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How Racial Inequality Fuels Chronic Illness and Malnutrition

Nutritious food is an essential part of managing chronic illness and recovering from injury and disease. Too often, though, nutritious food is seen only as a matter of personal choice – you either eat it or you don’t. The reality is, access to healthy food has as much to do with where you live — and how much money you make — as with what’s in your refrigerator.

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Project Angel Heart Welcomes Beth Perez to Board of Directors

Project Angel Heart is delighted to welcome Beth Perez to its board of directors. She is currently the vice president of national partnerships for DaVita Hospital Services Group, where she leads all of DaVita’s national relationships with hospital systems for inpatient dialysis services.


Virtual Summer Cereal Drive 2020

Access to nutritious food shouldn’t be a worry for people with a life-threatening illness, but many people who are ill find themselves with little to eat. Some are unable to cook for themselves. Others find they must choose between food …

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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 …

Our Challenge To Nourish Our Community

While our meals are there for all people who need them, what can Project Angel Heart do to better address the systemic issues contributing to hunger and health issues for people of color in the first place?