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Client Story: Maria V.

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

It is with great sadness we announce the passing of former client Maria Antonieta V., who came on service in 2013 after being diagnosed with invasive breast cancer. At the time, Maria was living in Studio City and Project Angel Food driver Pablo delivered her meals.

Client Story: Jenny

Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Today we’d like to take a moment to remember Jenny, our 21-year-old client who recently passed away. Jenny was put on service in November while on chemotherapy for breast cancer, which eventually spread to her brain. She is survived by her brother and two children.

Client Story: James

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

For many young adults, life is just beginning at the age of 21. Those who are fortunate might be graduating from college and entering the workforce, perhaps even taking their first steps toward success. To be young and fortunate means having your health and being hopeful about life—with the absence of true struggle.

Remembering Molly

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

We’re sad to report that our eldest client, Molly L., passed away peacefully in her sleep last night. Molly came on service almost one year ago at the age of 107.

Meet Molly

Saturday, October 7, 2017

Imagine if your elderly mom or grandma were sick and you weren’t able to make her the meals to comfort her. Project Angel Food does that for thousands of clients every year. LA’s population is getting older and they need Project Angel Food now, more than ever.