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Congratulations to these volunteers, who are celebrating their Project Angel Heart anniversary in December! We are grateful for your ongoing service.
Shirley B., meal delivery driver, Saturdays
Lee P., meal delivery driver, Saturdays Continue reading →
Congratulations to Dee Frembgen, kitchen assistant and volunteer of the month for December 2018! Dee was nominated by fellow volunteer Mike Jones. Mike said:
“Dee has been a dedicated volunteer since 2012. Dee works the Thursday morning kitchen shift and until recently, also worked in distribution, making it a busy and physically taxing morning. In addition to her expert scooping, she looks to help wherever she can with set-up and clean-up, and never lets on if she isn’t feeling well. Dee is an octogenarian and is committed to volunteering– so committed in fact that when she doesn’t have a ride to come in, she takes the bus! Dee inspires the team with her dedication and her quiet, easygoing sense of humor. We love Dee!”
As volunteer of the month, Dee will enjoy a special dinner prepared by Project Angel Heart’s chefs. Continue reading →
We’re big fans of good nutrition as a way to improve your physical health and manage chronic illness. Did you know the foods you eat can also help protect your brain and reduce your risk of developing dementia and Alzheimer’s disease?
Nearly half of Alzheimer’s cases are caused by risk factors that are within our control. This makes what we eat—along with factors such as sleep, physical activity, and stress management—especially important! Continue reading →
This recipe is quite versatile and can be made with a variety of proteins depending on your taste. Try diced beef instead of chicken if you want to up the heartiness and richness, or ground turkey to keep it lean while giving the chili a different texture and appearance. We have made all these variations for our clients!
Serves 6-8 Continue reading →
After nearly 24 years at Project Angel Heart, and 14 years in the role of President & CEO, Erin Pulling is hanging up her apron and saying farewell (read her farewell letter here).
Erin, who joined Project Angel Heart in 1995, was key to helping the organization grow from a small, grassroots group operating out of church kitchens, to a financially strong organization making a measurable impact on the health of Coloradans. Continue reading →