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As the event’s Thanksgiving Feast Sponsor, they funded more than 300 nourishing meals for Coloradans in need. Meals that bring comfort, hope, and improved health for Denver and Colorado Springs neighbors facing cancer, heart disease, HIV/AIDS, and other serious illnesses.
They’re also helping make sure Pie in the Sky is a waste-free event, giving leftover pies a second life! Continue reading →
Congratulations to these volunteers, who are celebrating their Project Angel Heart anniversary in November! We are grateful for your ongoing service.
Jane L., Office Assistant, Tuesdays
Rex F., Distribution Assistant, Saturdays
Sandi J., Kitchen Assistant, Thursday Nights Continue reading →
This total includes $4,350 in matching grants from Project Angel Heart’s board of directors and Colorado Springs regional council. Continue reading →
You already know our kitchen is humming along preparing thousands of meals during the week, but have you ever wondered what happens at Project Angel Heart’s Denver office on Saturdays? It’s pretty quiet around here with one major exception – it’s our main delivery day!
That means volunteers like Paul are here making sure all the hard work from Monday to Friday pays off. Every Saturday morning, about 10 volunteers verify that every single client is accounted for, and organize hundreds of bags into 60 routes before deliveries begin. Paul works on this team to set up shuttle drivers and meal delivery drivers for success during the rest of the day.
Q: How long have you been volunteering with Project Angel Heart?
A: I’ve been volunteering with Project Angel Heart for sixteen years. I worked in the kitchen for about six months, then switched to Saturday distribution when my work schedule changed. Continue reading →
Kamisha Jones works with volunteer groups and volunteers completing community service in the Denver office.
Where are you from? How long have you lived in Colorado?
I was born in Aurora, Colorado, but grew up in Oceanside, California, from 2003 until I graduated high school. I moved back to Denver in 2014 to be closer to family. Continue reading →