At Project Angel Heart, we include hard-cooked (often referred to as hard-boiled) eggs—along with breakfast cereal, fruit, milk, peanut butter, and other items—in breakfast bags for clients who are struggling to maintain a healthy weight. That means we need around 82 DOZEN hard-boiled eggs. EVERY WEEK. How do we do it?
Project Angel Heart is the grateful recipient of a $7,500 grant award from the Meals on Wheels COVID-19 Response Fund. We were invited to apply for this unique funding opportunity to support our organization’s needs related to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Congratulations to these volunteers, who are celebrating their Project Angel Heart anniversary this month! We are grateful for your ongoing service.
The client services team completes 60+ intakes per week, none of which would be possible without the dedicated support of our Client Services volunteers! David, Linda, Mark, Kathy D, Nancy, and Michelle dedicate hours of their week to perform the tedious task of entering countless details into an ever-changing database. At the same time, Kathy K spends every Saturday morning filing these applications and other related paperwork into client records.
Summer is a busy time for everyone. Project Angel Heart has many needs for volunteers across all areas, plus a few exciting new opportunities to serve the Boulder community. You’ll see there are lots of options available — please share …
Judy has been a dedicated volunteer since January 2015, and in this time, she has volunteered over 600 hours and worn almost every volunteer hat possible!
Nandhana starting volunteering in our Bag Decorating Program last year. She checks out 200 bags and, despite her hectic schedule, manages to return them decorated every 2-3 months. Nandhana puts love and compassion into every bag she decorates, and we’re …
How did you come to learn about Project Angel Heart and what motivates your long-time support of the community? I was introduced in the late 1990s by my friend, Randy Barber. He was a board member of Project Angel Heart …
We give our mac ‘n cheese a nutrition boost by adding pumpkin (for additional fiber and micronutrients) and using Neufchatel cheese and sour cream to reduce the percentage of calories from fat. The result? This recipe is a client favorite and is requested frequently! We hope you enjoy it as much as our clients do.
You likely know that eating vegetables is an essential part of a healthy diet, which is true! Vegetables contain many important vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients like fiber that promote our health. But what if you don’t like eating vegetables? Sometimes, all it takes is a change in how you cook them to make vegetables delicious. Here are some examples of ways to cook vegetables to improve their flavor.