Project Angel Heart

VRG worked with the Dish Cares team to support Project Angel Heart on 23 Jam 2020. The team decorated meal bags will be used to provides life-saving, medically tailored meals for a neighbor facing a life-threatening diagnosis for home-bound patients through Project Angel Heart!

Project Angel Heart
Project Angel Heart

Veterans Day At Dish

The VRG worked at Children’s Hospital in Aurora as part was part of the Dish Day of Service on 28 September

Nine volunteers worked with young kids from 9:30 to 11:30 AM completing crafts and doing other artwork. Through-out the country, the Dish team volunteered at 56 events across the country, with 786 volunteers giving their time to great causes like a blood drive in American Fork, collecting school supplies in Chicago, the 100 Denver volunteers who cleaned up metro-area parks, and so many more.

Dish VRG kicks off first ever community event with the Shamrock Stampede

The Dish Veterans Group (VRG) had its first event as an organization on March 29, 2019 in Castle Rock, CO. The event was a race called the Shamrock Stampede that had over 500 registered runners and 40 Exhibitors including 6 bands and a guest appearance by Douglass county Sherriff Tony Spurlock and Mayor Jason Gray. The VRG served as course marshal for the 5K and 10 K and the proceeds benefited the Invisible Disabilities Association. This event was promoted by RUN to Change Lives, Founded by Dish employee Jason Anguiano. Dish Veterans Group Calendar and Events Committee Chair Ross Drennan did a fantastic job organizing the volunteers and doing the coordination to get this turned into a DISH Cares event.

Dish VRG Supports Dish Cares with community Park Cleanup

Dish VRG helps to beautify McDonough Park in Denver on May 4, 2019. VRG leader Marcus Gipson along with David Sechler work along side Jimin Shin to refresh the landscape of the park.

Dish VRG works to Support Denver VA Hospital

Five members of the Dish VRG worked at the Denver VA Hospital in Aurora, Colorado passing out coffee and donuts to patients and guest. The VA hospital depends heavily on volunteers to help them throughout the day. The team passed out more than 23 dozen donuts and more than 10 gallons of coffee during this busy June morning.