From Our Clients

"I'm truly overwhelmed by your loving efforts as you roll up your sleeves and bake my daily bread."

"You opened my door, your hearts, your kitchen and nourished me back to health."

"You deliver me more than meals, you also deliver kindness with hope."

Did You Know?

yellow pepperThis year, on any given day, over 2,000 meals are delivered to people in the greater Los Angeles area.

Clients: Frequently Asked Questions

Who do you serve?

Project Angel Food serves persons with a physical inability to acquire or prepare meals due to a life-threatening illness. Service is not based on financial need.

How do I become a client?

Please complete our Project Angel Food application. Once received, it will be reviewed to determine eligibility.

What areas do you deliver to?

Deliveries are made within Los Angeles County.

What is the cost? How long does a client receive service?

If the application is approved, service is free of charge for one year.

What happens when the year is over?

Every year a new application is needed to determine eligibility for the next year.

Do I need to make an appointment to apply?

No appointment necessary. The application can be printed from our website. If you do not have internet access, you can request for one to be mailed to you.

I have completed the application, what do I need to do now?

You can mail or fax the application to Project Angel Food, to the address and fax number on the application.

I turned in my application, what happens now?

There is a process where the application is submitted for review to determine eligibility. You will be contacted once the review is completed.

How is Project Angel Food Funded?

Project Angel Food is funded by grants and donations received each year.

What if I want to pay for services?

Project Angel Food is a non-profit community organization. We do not charge for our services.