Earlier this Summer, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were spotted in Los Angeles delivering food to those in need on behalf of Project Angel Food.
For over 30 years, Project Angel Food has been cooking and home-delivering meals to patients fighting serious illnesses throughout Los Angeles. Since their launch, Project Angel Food has delivered over 12 million meals and continue to provide approximately 600,000 nutritions and medically based meals per year. The organization was launched as a direct response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic but has expanded to help all who are facing challenges related to hunger and illness.
Project Angel covers a huge part of Los Angeles delivering to patients everywhere from in East LA, Pomona, Long Beach and even as far as Antelope Valley. Not only does Project Angel food deliver nutritious meals, the group also keeps tabs on each person’s nutritional intake, any health issues, complications, personal challenges and other developments- they really do care about what they do. They even give their clients surveys to gather feedback to refine and improve their experience.
Project Angel Food’s kitchen is 80% volunteer-driven so if you are in the Los Angeles area, please be sure to check them out online HERE. Their volunteer opportunities may be limited due to COVID but be sure to sign up and follow up to learn about future openings. Additionally, there are several other unique ways to donate to Project Angel Food. For example, you can take part in their Amazon Smile project. Amazon will donate a portion of your Amazon purchase price to Project Angel Food. Click HERE to select Project Angel Food as your preferred charity. You can also choose to sponsor birthday and holiday gifts for patients directly from the Project Angel Food website. To find out all the ways you can take part in Project Angel Food, visit them online now by clicking HERE.