a sampling of Project Angel Heart meals


Volunteer Anniversaries: September 2020

Congratulations to these volunteers, who are celebrating their Project Angel Heart anniversary this month! We are grateful for your ongoing service. 12 Years William H., Meal Delivery Driver, Denver 11 Years Teresa T., Kitchen Assistant, Denver 10 Years Bill W., …


Meet Kamisha

How long have you been with Project Angel Heart and how has your role evolved since you first started? I started at Project Angel Heart in August 2018 part-time as a Volunteer Resources Assistant. After six months, that position quickly …

garden towers

Greenhouse Helps Increase The Ability To Grow Herbs Year-Round

You may have noticed some exciting activity in the Project Angel Heart garden recently. In place of two decaying garden beds, we now have a greenhouse! Thanks to a grant from the Colorado Garden Foundation, Project Angel Heart is now the proud owner of a ThermaGro Greenhouse and 11 vertical plant towers from the Garden Tower Project.

A Project Angel Heart client with her daughter (photo credit: Stellar Propellar Studio)

Meet Lacey and Ivy

For Lacey, the hardest part of having breast cancer is not the chemo sessions, which leave her exhausted. It’s not losing her hair and eyelashes, although she admits to feeling out of place sometimes now that her hair has fallen …

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 …

picture of meal trays veggies in bowls

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.

Picture of Project Angel Heart entrance

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 …