The angels among us!  Angel Awards - Taylor Melrose ®

The angels among us! Angel Awards

Celebrating the Spirit of Giving and The Mission of Project Angel Food

In a world that often feels overwhelming, sometimes it's the quiet acts of kindness and the unwavering dedication of individuals that truly make a difference. This sentiment was brought to life at this year's Angel Awards, a remarkable event organized by Project Angel Food, where the power of social impact took center stage. A heartfelt evening filled with gratitude, giving, and a groundbreaking award ceremony, the Angel Awards left attendees inspired and hopeful for a brighter future..

The Angel Awards, held at transformed Project Angel location in Hollywood, was a night to remember, one that celebrated not only the spirit of giving but also the mission of Project Angel Food. The event brought together a diverse group of people, all dedicated to supporting causes that touch the lives of countless individuals. the event was a shining beacon of hope and change. From suicide prevention and helping women escape domestic violence to supporting the LGBTQ+ community, civil rights, and providing nourishment to those in need through Project Angel Food was an easy yes for Founder Skylar Taylor to be passionate about. Even more humbling and worth mentioning is the way the relationed forged by ex councilman, and criminal attorney John Duran, friend and attorney of Skylar created for Project Angel food and Mr. Taylor. In moments of need our community steps up! Even during a HIV/AIDS epidemic! Even during a pandemic! What does that say about the beautiful souls around us? More on that coming soon.

One individual (Skylar Taylor- Founder CEO of Taylor Melrose) who has been at the heart of this humanitarian mission for years shared their heartfelt sentiments about the event. In a touching message, they expressed their gratitude, saying, "Thank you for filling my cup when I need it most!" They not only donated to the silent auction but also volunteered to help out. This is the essence of what it means to be a purpose-driven, lifelong humanitarian. The belief that the more one gives, the more one receives was beautifully embodied by this individual.

The Angel Awards is not just about giving, but also about recognizing and honoring those who have shown exceptional support for Project Angel Food and the marginalized communities they serve. This year, the event made history by presenting the inaugural Sheryl Lee Ralph Legacy Award. The award is named in honor of Sheryl Lee Ralph, an actor, advocate, and Emmy-winning star of ABC's "Abbott Elementary."

The Sheryl Lee Ralph Legacy Award is a testament to the lasting impact of individuals or organizations that have wholeheartedly supported Project Angel Food's mission. It's a symbol of unwavering dedication to making the world a better place, and it will be presented in Ms. Ralph's honor for decades to come. This prestigious recognition highlights the enduring importance of supporting those in need and creating a world where love, compassion, and inclusivity lead the way.

The Angel Awards is a reminder that small acts of kindness can create ripples of change that reach far and wide. It is an occasion where individuals, like the one who shared their heartfelt message, come together to celebrate the power of giving and compassion. Through their generosity and support, Project Angel Food and its mission to serve those who need it most receive the recognition they truly deserve.

In a world filled with challenges and uncertainties, events like the Angel Awards inspire hope and remind us that we can make a difference. By following in the footsteps of lifelong humanitarians and supporting organizations like Project Angel Food, we can create a future where love, kindness, and support are at the forefront of social change. As we look forward to more Angel Awards to come, let us remember the legacy of giving and love that continues to grow stronger with each passing day.

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