Project executive director Richard Ayoub revealed how the couple volunteered to help people living with chronic illness in West Hollywood. He explained how Meghan and Harry took two days to deliver meals to those at higher risk for coronavirus.
Ayoub told People magazine, “They actually made two deliveries for us – one on Easter Sunday and one on Wednesday – and they did it quietly.
“We are completely honored. “
“They were extremely down to earth and really cared about everyone they met,” said Ayoub.
“They got involved with our chefs, they got involved with customers.
“They just wanted to make sure that people felt love and appreciation.
“Their goal was really to honor our leaders, staff and volunteers by being in the service.”
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The executive director also added that Meghan knew about the Angel Food project after living in Los Angeles and felt compelled to help.
The nonprofit has 400 on its waiting list because the coronavirus has caused a surge in demand.
Said, “She said she wanted to do something to give back at Easter and was talking to her mom [Doria Ragland] and her mother told her that Project Angel Food needed help and Meghan said, “Yes, great. »»
“They really wanted to lighten the workload of our drivers because they deliver between 50 and 60 people per day.
“Meghan and Harry took about six deliveries last Sunday, then they said, ‘We want to start again and we want more,’ so they took 14 deliveries on Wednesday.
Just before delivering the meals, Meghan and Harry were able to visit the facilities of Project Angel Food.
“I showed them around the facilities”,
“They asked a lot of questions about the customers, how the food is prepared and how much food is prepared.
“We talked about how the meals are medically adapted and adapted to each client, they met our chefs and then we gave them all of our social distancing protocols for deliveries and they wore gloves and brands and they stood six feet apart. “
It comes as Prince Harry shared a glimpse of what appeared to be his new home in Los Angeles when he called caregivers in the UK to care for critically ill children.
The video chat, which was allegedly held last weekend, showed the prince speaking with families supported by the children’s charity WellChild, which has been a sponsor since 2007.