It may have been cold and snowy outside, but that didn’t stop Mount Pleasant High School students from excitedly kicking off Prom Season this past Friday! Twenty fabulous young ladies and gentlemen modeled the latest styles and trends, putting on what will be long remembered as one of the best Prom Assemblies in the school’s history! Angela’s Angels is so blessed to be part of this special event each year!Read More..
This year’s recipient of the Woman of Compassion Award is proudly awarded to Judy Schafer! Congratulations, Judy! You are the embodiment of everything Angela’s Angel’s is about – Compassion. Without you, Angela’s Angels would not exist. It is a true honor to work along side you!Read More..
It’s hard to believe that we’re nearing the end of 2015 already! It feels like only yesterday that we chatted with Kayla Kuntz of On the Go With Kayla Jo! We hope you enjoy this interview as much as we did!Read More..
Located at the Greensburg Ramada Hotel and Conference Center starts November 24, 2015 and runs through January 3, 2016. The event, began in 1983 and features uniquely themed trees decorated by Employees and Volunteers from many local companies and organizations in Westmoreland County. Visitors “vote” for their favorite tree by placing money in the corresponding container. This year the Latrobe Business and Professional Women’s Club has selected Angela’s Angels as their non-profit organization to receive the donations from this event! Please stop by and support this wonderful project!Read More..
Since the inception of Angela’s Angels, “Compassion” has been and continues to be at the heart of everything we do… Compassion is the dearest quality that the following Angela’s Angels volunteers possess. We are proud to reveal our “Women of Compassion” Award Winners to date: Pat Santia Ellen Deslam Debbie Johnson Marsha Miller These ladies are all Blessings that we count one by one.Read More..
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 2015 Photo Caption: (from left to right) Angela Rose-O’Brien, President of Angela’s Angels; Kathleen Comini of Standard Bank; Judy Schaffer, volunteer seamstress for Angela’s Angels; Carolyn Tlumack of Standard Bank; and Tom O’Brien, volunteer for Angela’s Angels. Standard Charitable Foundation Awards $2,000 Grant to Angela’s Angels Westmoreland County, Pa. – Standard Charitable Foundation has awarded a $2,000 grant to Angela’s Angels to help local disadvantaged girls in Western Pennsylvania obtain prom gowns. The need for Angela’s Angels is becoming more and more apparent with every flood, job loss and tear that is […]Read More..
By: “Angela Apple” I believe I have addressed my History and experiences with the brief Summary Resume I put together. As far as some of the questions that you posed, I would offer the following to start with. I believe that I am most passionate when I have had opportunities to provide services to help others through the kindness and giving of the Organizations that I have had the privilege to have been involved with. As to Angela’s Angels, it started as an idea to help young ladies who couldn’t afford to go to their Prom because of the additional costs […]Read More..