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Angel Food will expand services

L.A.'s Project
Angel Food will expand services

New facility will allow Project Angel Food to double its meal delivery capacity.

Project Angel Food, a nonprofit organization that prepares and delivers meals to people living with serious illnesses throughout Los Angeles County, has launched a $6 million capital campaign for the purchase and renovation of a new facility located in Hollywood. The building will serve as a permanent home and kitchen for the organization, enabling the group to significantly expand its meal services to the public.

Plans for the new 17,940-square-foot building include construction of a large kitchen, which will allow the group to expand service from 1,200 meals served daily to 2,500 meals. The agency's current building is nearing capacity and according to projected trends will soon not be able to accommodate the growing demand for services, agency officials say.

Construction on the new kitchen and headquarters is scheduled to begin in May with the goal of being fully operational by December 2006. The organization plans to continue uninterrupted service to its current clients during the construction of its new building.

Since 1989, Project Angel Food has provided more than 4 million meals to more than 10,000 needy Los Angeles County residents, including HIV-positive men, women, and children. From 2004 to 2005, Project Angel Food's client base grew by 9%.

For more information about Project Angel Food or its capital campaign, go online to (The Advocate)

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