Congratulations to Al Terry, a volunteer distribution assistant at Project Angel Heart and our Volunteer of the Month for June. Al was nominated by Sally Davis, Colorado Springs distribution assistant.
Meals Help HIV-Positive Client Maintain Healthy Weight
When you’re HIV-positive, maintaining your weight takes on a new level of importance. Bob smiles broadly while talking about how the nutritious meals delivered by Project Angel Heart volunteers have helped him keep his weight up.
Join Us For the Denver PrideFest Parade
Help Project Angel Heart be LOUD and PROUD at Denver’s 40th annual PrideFest Parade on Sunday, June 21! We are looking for volunteers willing to don a chef’s hat (totally optional), carry one of our giant spoons or forks (totally optional), …
by Jon Emanuel, Executive Chef Serves 6-8 Cincinnati chili is a regional chili that is more like a sauce than traditional chili. Cincinnati chili lovers order their chili by number: Two-, Three-, Four-, or Five-Way. Let your guest create their …
New Faces at Project Angel Heart
Whoops! We realized it has been quite some time since we introduced you to our new staff members. Here’s a “catch up” version of those announcements, which we intend to send to you quarterly from here on out. Rocio Burgos, …
Volunteer of the Month, May 2015
Congratulations to Jim Hanson, a volunteer meal delivery driver at Project Angel Heart and our Volunteer of the Month for May. Jim was nominated by Debbie Egleston, a fellow volunteer.
Meals Help Formerly Homeless Client Maintain Healthy Weight
Aaron, a 46-year-old man living with HIV/AIDS, has a place to call home, but that wasn’t always the case. In fact, Aaron was first introduced to Project Angel Heart through the HOPE program, a day shelter for individuals with HIV/AIDS …
Volunteer of the Month, April 2015
Congratulations to David Ham, a volunteer meal delivery driver at Project Angel Heart and our Volunteer of the Month for April. Ron was nominated by Susan Aronoff, volunteer resources coordinator.
I created this version of fish tacos for my wife, Penny, and decided it was a fun dish for our clients, too. We use swai for the fish, a type of catfish that we get from our seafood supplier (and …
One Bite at a Time
by Kristen Day, Dietetic Intern, University of Houston Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is a challenge, no one will argue that point. Somewhere amongst all our other daily obligations we have to figure out what to eat, when to eat, how …