Golden Heart Awards 2020

The Golden Heart Awards are right around the corner, and we talked with God's Love We Deliver founder Terrence Meck all about it.


The 14th annual Golden Heart Awards are making a splash, with co-chairs Laverne Cox and Neil Patrick Harris gearing up for the event. The night benefitting non-profit God's Love We Deliver and the countless front-line workers that have supported their mission throughout the pandemic.

Meck saying,

"We're honoring all of our front-line workers who have really allowed us to continue our services during Covid. We actually cook and deliver 10,000 meals a day through our kitchen in New York City to roughly close to 5,000 clients."

The night will include a virtual experience co-hosted by fashion designer Michael Kors, with an incredible auction and something extra to help you enjoy the event. Meck saying,

"You will be sent a gift bag with a lot of goodies to help you enjoy the evening...and you can have your friends and family, and you can all watch; it's going to be a great show."

Meck's team giving even more than a fun night. They're adding the same selfless passion they've brought to their own mission over the past 35 years. Meck saying,

"When we were established in 1985, we were really serving meals for people dying from HIV and AIDs. .. And over the last 35 years... (we're) now serving about 2 and a half million meals a year to people living with over 200 different diagnoses."

The Golden Heart Awards are December 1st at 7 pm. To get your tickets, visit GLWD.org.

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