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Eat Drink be an angel 2015 
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Food is medicine
Project Angel Food's meals contain organic fruits and vegetables grown by our own Project Angel Food Gardens. Currently Project Angel Food has two plots completely maintained by volunteers and our kitchen staff.
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Some of our many Kitchen Angels
Volunteers generously donate their time in our kitchen cooking and preparing nutritious and delicious meals. Project Angel Food offers a variety of service opportunities for the Los Angeles community to help their most vulnerable neighbors.
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Since our inception Project Angel Food has provided a vital lifeline of hope and nutrition to our neighbors struggling with illness. We cook and deliver more than 10,000 meals every week to people who are too sick to shop and cook for themselves.

Project Angel Food is grateful to the Annenberg Foundation

A contributor since 2002, for its  decision to award our agency a $100,000 grant this past December. Funding from the Foundation is contributing directly to the free medically tailored meal delivery service and nutritional medical therapy we provide our 2,000-plus active clients. We thank the Annenberg Foundation for helping us maintain a level of service our most vulnerable citizens, confronted by the terrifying daily realities of a life-threatening diagnosis and the ongoing challenges of chronic poverty, count on every day. 

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Spotlight:
From Our Clients

"This food program has made such a positive effect on my life.  Just knowing that every day I will be eating a healthy, nutritious and delicious meal has been so beneficial to me in so many ways.  I cannot adequately describe my gratitude to you all.  God bless." - David G.