Buy a pound of salmon,
provide meals for those in need
Food has this power of bringing people together to make a positive difference, and for the month of April, you too can be part of something bigger!
This month Seattle Fish Company, Verlasso, and Project Angel Heart are teaming up to help provide nutritious sustainable meals to those coping with life-threatening illnesses – at NO COST. For every 1 pound of Verlasso Salmon purchased through Seattle Fish Co, $0.50 will be donated to Project Angel Heart.
Project Angel Heart was founded in 1991 to address a major challenge facing Coloradans living with life-threatening illness—getting the nutrition they need to get stronger and remain independent in their homes. Many people are too sick to get to the grocery store, unable to cook for themselves, or have to choose whether to buy food or medication to make ends meet. Each week, the organization prepares and delivers delicious, medically tailored meals to 1,200 Coloradans living with cancer, kidney/heart/lung disease, HIV/AIDS, and other life-threatening illnesses to improve their health and well-being.
Seattle Fish Company has partnered with Project Angel Heart on numerous occasions to help make a positive difference in the local community. Being one of the largest seafood distributors in the Western United States is quite an honor and they take it very seriously! In fact, they were the first in the Rocky Mountain region to be certified by the Marine Stewardship Council as an official “chain of custody” supplier of seafood – guaranteeing a sustainable product from catch to cook.
At Verlasso, we believe that it’s not what we do, it’s why we do it. We aim for nothing less than changing the world through sustainable aquaculture. We believe that we are part of a unique space that will help supply a growing population with the most sustainable protein for generations to come. At our core, this mission is philanthropic and has the highest level of intent — helping to create a chain of well-being that supports everyone in need from Patagonia to your local communities.