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Meyer lemons are lovely and in season from November to March. Preserving them now is a great way to keep them around for months! You can add these to anything that could benefit from a lemony kick, like chicken noodle soup, baked fish or chicken, braised lamb, and roasted potatoes… but really, I add them to everything. Continue reading →
Twenty percent of the clients Project Angel Heart serves—about 250 people each week—live in the Colorado Springs area. But all the meals are made in the kitchen in Denver… so how do they get where they need to go?
With the help of a freezer truck and its rain-or-shine driver, a generous community partner (with big freezers!), two Colorado Springs staff members, and a whole bunch of eager volunteers. Continue reading →
Congratulations to these volunteers, who are celebrating their Project Angel Heart anniversary in January! We are grateful for your ongoing service.
Fran B., shuttle driver
Bev B., kitchen assistant
Lanny D., kitchen assistant
Amanda M., distribution assistant
Patricia L., meal delivery driver
Rob B., distribution assistant Continue reading →
Congratulations to Ron Dutton & John Clouse, kitchen assistants, shuttle drivers, special event volunteers, and volunteers of the month for January 2019! Ron and John were nominated by Nancy Blevins, volunteer resources coordinator. Nancy said:
“Ron and John are simply the best! They are a couple of stand-up guys who demonstrate their commitment to Project Angel Heart and those we serve through their hard work and positive attitudes.
In addition to the ton or two of veggies they have washed, they have dished-up meals, shuttled meals to satellite locations, and supported our fundraising efforts by volunteering for our special events. They are always ready to roll up their sleeves and do what needs to be done! They are a tremendous asset to our organization and the community we serve.”
As volunteers of the month, Ron and John will enjoy a special dinner prepared by Project Angel Heart’s chefs. Continue reading →