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Congratulations to Patty Polsky, Denver meal delivery driver and Volunteer of the Month for September 2017! Patty was nominated by Matt Nigro, distribution coordinator. Matt said:
“Not only has Patty been delivering meals every Saturday for over four years, she’s also always willing to go the extra mile for Project Angel Heart’s clients. When all else fails and we’re not sure how we’ll get all of our Saturday (or even Friday) deliveries made, Patti is there with a smile, offering to take on extra stops on her route to ensure no one goes hungry. Thank you so much, Patty!” Continue reading →
One of my favorite things to make at this time of year is Heirloom Tomato Gazpacho. Living in Colorado, we are subject to a bit of a later growing season. As a result, the end of August and beginning of September ends up being the best time of the “summer” to get local heirloom tomatoes!
I recommend making this gazpacho a day ahead of time to allow the flavors to really develop. With this particular recipe, I like to add the avocado for texture, and the smoky crème fraiche really adds a fun, non-traditional flavor profile. Continue reading →
Are you or someone you know living with a chronic illness? Eating the right foods can help you manage your symptoms and feel better– but it can be challenging to know where to start!
That’s why our team put together these FREE nutrition guides. We prepare thousands of meals every day for neighbors with complex medical issues and dietary needs, and we want to share what we’ve learned. If you’re cooking for yourself or a loved one who is ill, download a free guide. They’re full of easy tips, guidelines, ideas, and recipes from the Project Angel Heart kitchen that you can make at home.
More guides coming soon!
Congratulations to Sarah Zwijacz, Colorado Springs distribution assistant and Volunteer of the Month for August 2017! Sarah was nominated by Sally Rothstein and Nataliya Burdeynyuk, Colorado Springs staff. Sally and Nataliya said:
“Sarah is an amazing team player who cares deeply about the quality of our work, and believes in the mission of Project Angel Heart. Sarah helps with the distribution efforts weekly, and also steps in to deliver routes when we are short drivers. Continue reading →
Imagine this… You’re diagnosed with a serious health condition. To your surprise, your doctors prescribe healthy food in addition to medication. Because good nutrition will decrease your health care costs, your health insurance provider offers to pay for medically tailored meals to be delivered to your home. Then, as your health improves, you’re offered classes and information on how to prepare meals at home that will help you to get and stay well.
At Project Angel Heart, we’d like to bring this vision to life, and we’ve teamed up with other food and nutrition service providers from around the U.S. to do just that.
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