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Did you know that Project Angel Heart offers two meal delivery programs? Most meals are delivered via our core program, our legacy program where philanthropic investments fund meals for Coloradans who are ill. In 2016, we also started Meals for Care Transitions, a program where health care organizations reimburse Project Angel Heart to provide meals for their patients. This program gives health care providers and payers a way to support their patients’ health with delicious, medically tailored meals, and it allows Project Angel Heart the opportunity to provide food as medicine for more people in need.
To check in on the program’s progress, we sat down with Leslie Scotland-Stewart, Project Angel Heart’s director of health care innovation, to ask a few questions: Continue reading →
Congratulations to these volunteers, who are celebrating their Project Angel Heart anniversary this month! We are grateful for your ongoing service.
Shirley B., meal delivery driver
Marsha Z, shuttle driver
Angie E., meal delivery driver
Christopher E., meal delivery driver
Barbara W., meal delivery driver Continue reading →
Congratulations to Lanny Dick, kitchen assistant and volunteer of the month for February 2019! Lanny was nominated by the Tuesday morning volunteer crew, who said:
“Lanny has been involved with Project Angel Heart from its origin, serving as one of the original board members. Over his twenty years of volunteer service to the organization, Lanny has been a kitchen assistant on Tuesday mornings working the line, slicing bread, or doing whatever task needs to be done. Continue reading →
Winter is here, which means citrus fruit is at its sweetest, juiciest, and most nutritious. It also means the grocery store is packed with oranges, grapefruits, lemons, tangelos, blood oranges, limes, kumquats, clementines, satsumas, Meyer lemons, and more… and the price is right! Now’s a great time to take advantage of winter’s bounty.
This super-easy chicken breast recipe is perfect for a citrus lover! Chef Logan, Project Angel Heart’s modified meal specialist, created this recipe. He recommends topping the chicken with peppers and onions that are sauteed with fresh garlic and ginger, and serving alongside rice or quinoa.
Serves 6 Continue reading →