PROJECT ANGEL FOOD VOTED BEST NON-PROFIT TWO YEARS IN A ROW BY THE LOS ANGELES BLADE READERS

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PROJECT ANGEL FOOD VOTED BEST NON-PROFIT TWO YEARS IN A ROW BY THE LOS ANGELES BLADE READERS

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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 in December and here we present the winners. About 2,000 nominations and 10,000 votes were cast.

The Blade staff congratulates each of this year’s winners and finalists.

Best Non-Profit
Winner: Project Angel Food


Project Angel Food

“A world where every sick person is fed, nourished, and loved” is the vision statement of this year’s winner, a repeat of their 2019 honor. They give that vision focus, via preparing and delivering 15,000 meals per week to people impacted by serious illness. “We believe no one fighting critical illness should go hungry,” they say, “which is why we personally deliver, with care and compassion, free medically tailored meals, handmade with healthy ingredients, to those in our community who are hungry and alone.” Stars align April 5, when Project Angel Food offers “an incredible opportunity” to see the 11-time Tony Award-winning Broadway Musical “Hamilton” at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre, this year’s winner for Best Venue. Your purchase of prime Orchestra seats at $500 each (with $288 per ticket tax-deductible) goes to support this (literally) winning non-profit.

922 Vine St.
angelfood.org

Click here to see all the finalists:  https://www.losangelesblade.com/2020/01/23/best-of-lgbtq-la/