David has an immune disorder with which he has struggled for a number of years. As his disorder became more severe, he found himself in a wheelchair. Last September David began receiving Kitchen Angels meals.
By November, not much more than two months after starting service and eating regular nutritious meals, David began walking again. He is now able to walk with a cane. The only thing that changed in his life was Kitchen Angels service. Although his immune disorder will never go away, David now has a better chance of living a longer and far more satisfying life.
Darrin was born and raised in Northern California moving to Santa Fe in 1997. He’s worked in Financial Services for the past 22 years. Darrin his wife, Aimee, and daughter, Emma, enjoy the outdoors and usually have one or two Labradors in the house. He is a past president and member of the Board of Directors for the Española Valley Humane Society. Having a family member who required home care for a number of years opened his eyes to the generous support for people in need offered by communities, friends and family. “I’m very happy to support Kitchen Angels in its mission to help our homebound neighbors.”
Our resale retail Kitchenality store now has its own 1,600 square foot expanse which sells a variety of beautiful and useful kitchenware from dishes and cutlery, serving bowls and platters, pots and pans to stemware and fun kitchen gadgets. There’s also Kitchenality aprons and our very own Kitchenality “Seasons of Santa Fe” cook book. We’re looking for donations as well. Please consider us if you have kitchen ware you no longer need. Your donations are gratefully accepted.