From Our Clients

"I'm truly overwhelmed by your loving efforts as you roll up your sleeves and bake my daily bread."

"You opened my door, your hearts, your kitchen and nourished me back to health."

"You deliver me more than meals, you also deliver kindness with hope."

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yellow pepperThis year, on any given day, over 2,000 meals are delivered to people in the greater Los Angeles area.

Alexandria Cares

Every year, Alexandria hosts a holiday charity drive to raise money and give back to our local communities. Each regional office collects food, toys, clothing, and/or monetary donations from our employees, tenants, property vendors, and contractors to give to non-profit organizations.

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This year, Alexandria’s Pasadena HQ office is excited to partner with Project Angel Food, a non-profit organization located in Los Angeles. Project Angel Food provides a vital lifeline of hope and nutrition to our neighbors struggling with critical illness by cooking and delivering more than 11,000 meals every week to people who are too sick to shop and cook for themselves. 

Project Angel Food operates with the knowledge that food is medicine and therefore medically tailors its recipes and designs freshly cooked meals to offer optimum benefits, including overall improved health, efficacy of vital medications, prevention of secondary illnesses, and optimum body weight. This one-on-one connection is the heart of Project Angel Food’s mission — to deliver nutritious meals served with love.

Alexandria HQ’s goal this year is to provide enough support to upgrade Project Angel Food’s delivery vehicle to one that is insulated, refrigerated, stain resistant, and easy to clean, in order to ensure optimum food safety for its clients. For the last 10 years, Project Angel Food has been using Styrofoam coolers to deliver their clients’ meals. For each client, dispatch fills one cooler with a week’s supply of meals for delivery and stores them in its freezer the day before delivery where drivers must then load them onto a van and return them to the kitchen to be reused for the next trip. Styrofoam is burdensome and environmentally unfriendly. Van refrigeration, however, would greatly reduce time, storage costs, and Project Angel Food’s carbon footprint, and more importantly, those whose lives depend on Project Angel Food’s meals will receive their meals in the most food-safe way available.  This one-on-one connection is the heart of Project Angel Food’s mission – meals served with Love.  The cost per van is $15,000, and Alexandria HQ’s goal is to cover the cost of the conversion of one van, possibly two.

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