Help feed Kentucky flood victims. Go here.
This has been one of the most devastating floods we've seen. Today and tomorrow, our Mercy Chefs teams are serving meals to flood victims across this region. Then on Saturday, we're distributing grocery boxes with pantry staples and fresh produce to help flood victims through the next week.
Then, we transition to a longer-term recovery operation over the next few weeks.
We rely on the support of friends like you who make every meal for each flood victim possible. Would you consider helping today as we finish up this phase of our flood relief efforts with thousands more meals and transition to a vitally needed longer term response? Go here to sponsor 10, 20, 50 or even 100 or more meals for flood victims:
Finally, please continue to pray for the people of Eastern Kentucky. Far too many families are still at the very beginning stages of recovery. Last week we met Angela, a precious woman who was living in the home she inherited from her grandmother (pictured above). Weeks after the flood, Angela was still searching for keepsakes from her grandmother that had been in the home for decades.
Once again, thanks for your partnership. Friends like you have helped Mercy Chefs serve over 43,000 meals here in Kentucky. And there's much more work to be done.
Gary LeBlanc, Mercy Chefs