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Project Angel Food has received a $30,000 donation from the Enterprise Rent-A-Car Foundation

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Enterprise Rent-A-Car Gives Project Angel Food $30,000 to Feed Seriously Ill Los Angeles County Residents Project Angel Food has received a $30,000 donation from the Enterprise Rent-A-Car Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Enterprise Rent-A-Car, to help bring healthy food to people who are battling serious illness and are food insecure in Los Angeles County. The… Continue Reading Project Angel Food has received a $30,000 donation from the Enterprise Rent-A-Car Foundation

20 YEARS OF SERVICE: CELEBRATING OUR DEDICATED VOLUNTEERS

Friday, February 7, 2020

On February 6th, we hosted a cocktail party and awards ceremony celebrating volunteers who have devoted 20 years (or more) of service at Project Angel Food. The event kicked off with a warm welcome from Executive Director Richard Ayoub and included congratulatory remarks from longtime Project Angel Food supporters, Janet & Eric McCormack. Volunteers enjoyed… Continue Reading 20 YEARS OF SERVICE: CELEBRATING OUR DEDICATED VOLUNTEERS

KTLA in the Kitchen

Tuesday, February 4, 2020

On January 28 and 29, KTLA’s Gayle Anderson reported live from Project Angel Food’s kitchen in Hollywood. Anderson’s coverage focused on the statewide pilot program targeting Medi-Cal (Medicaid) patients who suffer from congestive heart failure (CHF). Project Angel Food is one of 6 non-profit organizations in the California Food is Medicine Coalition participating in the… Continue Reading KTLA in the Kitchen

Project Angel Food Voted Best Non-Profit Two Years in a Row by the Los Angeles Blade Readers

Tuesday, February 4, 2020

This third annual special issue of the Los Angeles Blade celebrates the best of the LGBTQ community. From DJs to activists, restaurants to doctors, these are your picks for the Best of LGBTQ LA. The process began in November with online nominations. We picked the top five vote-getters in 40 categories. Then our readers voted… Continue Reading Project Angel Food Voted Best Non-Profit Two Years in a Row by the Los Angeles Blade Readers

Local Hero Runningbear Ramirez: young, gifted and Native American

Friday, January 24, 2020

Humility is not a trait routinely associated with being a rich 30-year-old gay guy. But Runningbear Ramirez defies stereotypes, exuding a kind of humility born of ancient spiritual strength and sense of responsibility for a culture and community too long ignored and too often violated – while also representing the tribe best known for the popular San Manuel… Continue Reading Local Hero Runningbear Ramirez: young, gifted and Native American