My team produced a video detailing how your support of Mercy Chefs has helped us to respond to the overwhelming devastation in the Bahamas. Here is the report:
(Note: if the video does not load on this page, go here.)
Thanks to friends like you, we've served 65,000 meals in the Bahamas. As the video shows, our team worked tirelessly to serve hot, nutritious meals to evacuees who may not have eaten a hot meal in days. Mercy Chefs will always strive to serve the best possible food to disaster victims. With every deployment, we see firsthand the dramatic difference a hot meal can make.
This report also gives you a look at the level of destruction left behind by the hurricane. Now, the long road of recovery begins.
If you can help this week, we certainly would be grateful. There is much work to be done has we get ready to expand our efforts in the hardest hit areas. Go here to make your tax-deductible gift directly to Mercy Chefs, and see below for my earlier report on my meeting with the Prime Minister.
Thank you again for your partnership with us!
Gary LeBlanc, Mercy Chefs
P.S. It is such an honor for our team to represent dear friends and partners like you on the front lines of disaster relief. And I couldn't be more proud of our chefs and volunteers who have worked long hours with great care and concern for every meal, knowing that each meal represents a lifeline of hope being extended to those in desperate need. Go here to help us this week as we expand to the front lines of the storm's strike: