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Project Angel food

event sponsorship

Project Angel Food is a well-established non-profit brand known throughout Los Angeles County for the important work we do providing nutritious meals to community residents battling critical illnesses. We are honored to partner with many of the leading companies here in Los Angeles. Sponsorship opportunities range from special events, product and or food donation, or operational support.  A percentage of our income comes from important events held during the year to include:  Eat.Drink.Be an Angel, Bowling for Angels, Angel Awards, and Angel Art and new signature events to be added soon!

For more information about sponsorship opportunities, please call Mark McBride, Director of Philanthropy at 323.845.1800 extension 239 or by email at to see how your company might be able to partner with Project Angel Food.

Current Sponsorship Opportunities

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Sponsor an Event

For each event, you will receive recognition and branding that will be tailored to meet your corporate and philanthropic objectives. We pride ourselves on developing real partnerships that offer mutual benefits at all levels of participation.

Program Sponsorships

Each opportunity provides companies of all sizes great ways to demonstrate social responsibility and commitment to the Los Angeles community.  Many provide branding within our building, on our delivery trucks and at event sites. Project Angel Food has an extensive following on our social media, web site, and with all marketing communications a great value to our corporate partners.

Sponsorships at Project Angel Food can provide strategic client entertainment, brand exposure, extensive visibility among our most generous supporters and influential community leaders.  Whether formal or informal, events are an enjoyable way to support Project Angel Food and our mission provide free and nutritious meals for men and women struggling with critical illness. Since its creation in 1989, the agency had provided over 10 million meals to thousands of people too sick to shop and cook for themselves and in need of nutrition to survive.

For more information about the Circle of Angels, please contact Mark McBride, Director of Philanthropy.