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Denver, CO — Over 400 art enthusiasts gathered for an evening of fine art, hors d’oeuvres, cocktails, wine, and good company at Project Angel Heart’s tenth annual Art for Life at Artwork Network in Denver. This year’s event highlighted more than 100 local and internationally recognized artists who donated their work to a silent auction benefiting Project Angel Heart. This year, artwork from students at the Denver School of the Arts and Art Students League of Denver was also featured. Continue reading →
On Wednesday, April 13th from 4:30 to 5:30 PM, Project Angel Heart hosted a groundbreaking ceremony at their new facility on 49th and Washington. This was a significant moment for Project Angel Heart as they begin their journey into a larger facility, thus presenting greater possibilities for the future.
The Denver Post
By Joanne Davidson
If you were fortunate enough to be at Project Angel Heart’s annual foodfest, A Taste for Life, your evening meal could have included salumi from Il Mondo Vecchio, followed by Second Home’s mouthwatering chicken and waffles that were drizzled with maple syrup spiked with Stranahan’s whiskey and, from Avenue Grill, Key lime pie nestled atop strawberry-margarita sauce. Continue reading →
The Denver Post
By Tucker Shaw
Jon roasts 200 turkeys a year. That’s about 199 more than the rest of us.
So when Emanuel — the executive chef at Project Angel Heart, a nonprofit organization that delivers meals to homebound folks across the Front Range — lays out his system for a moist, picture-perfect Norman Rockwell-style Thanksgiving roast turkey, it pays to pay attention. Continue reading →
By Erin Pulling, CEO
Though Thanksgiving is still a couple of weeks away, Project Angel Heart’s professional chefs have already planned a Thanksgiving dinner for critically ill clients, and our team of loyal volunteers will begin preparing the meal next week. The special energy of the holiday season is already in the air throughout Project Angel Heart’s kitchen. Continue reading →