Eat. Drink. Be An Angel!

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Gayle Anderson was live in West Hollywood because PROJECT ANGEL FOOD, Los Angeles’ leading nonprofit provider of free meals for people who are suffering with serious illness, announces EAT. DRINK. BE AN ANGEL DAY happening Wednesday, April 20, 2016. On this day, dine out at participating Los Angeles restaurants for breakfast, lunch or dinner and a percentage of your bill will be donated to benefit PROJECT ANGEL FOOD.

Participating restaurants in EAT. DRINK. BE AN ANGEL DAY include: The Abbey, JAR, Desano Pizzeria, Momed, Cake Monkey, Del Frisco’s Grille, Kitchen24, Hugo’s, Rockwell, Taste at the Palisades and Taste on Melrose, Benny’s Tacos, Tortilla Republic and many more. See a complete list of restaurants at http://www.angelfood.org/EDBA

If you can’t make it out to eat, stay in and order take out through Postmates. Postmates will contribute 10% of all sales from participating restaurants in the EAT. DRINK. BE AN ANGEL DAY store in the Postmates App. Go to Postmates.com or download the Postmates App.

Funds raised for EAT. DRINK. BE AN ANGEL DAY will help purchase quality ingredients, such as fresh produce, lean proteins and complex carbohydrates for the meals PROJECT ANGEL FOOD prepares in its kitchen each day. Every $5 a restaurant donates will ensure the cooking and delivery of one FREE, nutritious mean to men and women.

Since its inception in 1989, PROJECT ANGEL FOOD has delivered more than 10 million meals to men, women and children who are debilitated by disease and struggling with life-threatening illnesses such as cancer, heart disease, renal failure and HIV/AIDS. The organization provides vital food and nutrition services, including medically tailored meals and nutritional counseling, and delivers meals throughout the 4,000 square mile area of Los Angeles County.

About PROJECT ANGEL FOOD:
Project Angel Food is Los Angeles’ leading nonprofit serving people in the Greater Los Angeles area by delivering free meals to those who are struggling with serious illness. The staff and volunteers at Project Angel Food serve and deliver more than 10,000 free and nutritious meals every week throughout Los Angeles County. For more information, visit http://www.AngelFood.org, or follow them on Twitter at @ProjAngelFood or http://www.Facebook.com/ProjectAngelFood

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Wednesday, April 20, 2016
EAT. DRINK. BE AN ANGEL DAY
http://www.angelfood.org/EDBA

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If you have questions, please feel free to call Gayle Anderson at 323-460-5732 or e-mail Gayle at Gayle.Anderson@KTLA.com