Labels of Love Art Show

Project Angel Heart and Local Relic are teaming up to celebrate the junction of art and community! 

Labels of Love is a juried art show and beer label competition benefiting Project Angel Heart. The show will feature paper meal bags, which Project Angel Heart uses to deliver nourishing meals to neighbors who are ill, that are illustrated by local artists. Bags will be displayed at Local Relic and judged by a community panel. The winning artwork will be featured on Local Relic beer labels (join us on December 4 from 5-7:30pm to see the winners unveiled!).

Local Relic hours:

  • Wednesdays, 4-9pm
  • Thursdays, 4-10pm
  • Fridays, 4-10pm
  • Saturdays, 3-10pm
  • Sundays,11:30am-6:30pm

First Friday Meal Bag Art Show + Give! Kickoff

Join Project Angel Heart and Local Relic for First Friday to celebrate the junction of art and community and kick of Project Angel Heart’s Give! Campaign! 

  • Check out an art show featuring Project Angel Heart’s meal delivery bags, which are decorated by volunteers and used to deliver meals to critically ill neighbors
  • Decorate your own meal bag (family-friendly and art supplies provided!)
  • Learn how you can enter a decorated bag into Labels of Love, a juried art show and beer label competition benefiting Project Angel Heart
  • Provide a bag full of nourishing meals for a neighbor in need through Give!, a community campaign making it simple for everyone, young and old, to get involved in philanthropy

Free parking is available at Local Relic at The Carter Payne.

Taking the First Friday shuttle? Get off at Stop 1 for Cottonwood Center for the Arts and walk three short blocks to Local Relic!

A Taste for Life

What happens when you mix Denver’s best chefs and restaurateurs, a community of philanthropic foodies, and a great cause? Project Angel Heart’s A Taste for Life. Join us for this exciting tasting event featuring inventive cuisine, cocktails, and live and silent auctions, all to benefit Project Angel Heart’s home-delivered meal program. Learn more & purchase tickets »

Webinar: Using Data to Measure Health Care Savings from Community Services

For the past several years, the Center for Improving Value in Health Care (CIVHC) and Project Angel Heart collaborated on a ground-breaking investigation into the return on investment of medically-tailored meals for patients with chronic conditions. We studied the health care costs of Project Angel Heart clients before, during, and after they received meal deliveries.

The results are in. On September 19, CIVHC’s Kristin Paulson and Project Angel Heart’s Rachael Raab will discuss the findings of this exciting study that impacts social determinants of health, what it means for Coloradans, and how it can change how data is used across the country. Click here to register for this free webinar!