Read about Yuki Kotani’s first attempt at “Meatless Monday”. Meatless Monday is a NPO in association with John Hopkin’s Bloomberg School of Public Health. Their mission is, “to help [us] reduce [our] meat consumption by 15% in order to improve [our] personal health and the health of the planet”. They accomplish this initiative by encouraging others to remove meat from their diet for just one day a week.
With the holidays in full swing, everyone has a lot on their plates. But as Christmas quickly turns into the New Year, there might be one more thing we all need to add to our plates: a heart healthy breakfast. It is the time of the year for making resolutions, after all. Lately I’ve been […]
We have been so fortunate to be able to work with such compassionate people. We know we have said this multiple times before, but we really mean it! Without the help and support from our amazing volunteers, we would not be where we are today. Thank you! Read about four of our Super Volunteers: Jessica […]
As we approach Thanksgiving, there is much that Harboring Hearts and I are thankful for. Most importantly, our community of supporters and beneficiaries that constantly remind us of the strength of the human spirit and its ability to be compassionate towards others. Thank you for being part of our heart community.
We want to take this opportunity to showcase key people who have been essential in the development of Harboring Hearts. Without the help of our amazing board members, volunteers and interns, we would not be where we are today. Today, we want to introduce you to Hadley Mongell.
We want to share heart healthy recipes and inspiring stories with you! Here is the recipe for a scrumptious dish I made with my mom, with heart-healthy ingredients including quinoa and chana dal.
We want to take this opportunity to showcase key people who have been essential in the development of Harboring Hearts. Without the help of our amazing volunteers and interns, we would not be where we are today. I have known Tamara “Tam Tam” Jerardo since our college days at the University of Virginia and I […]