PORTSMOUTH, Vir., April 21, 2016 | Christian News Service | – Mercy Chefs, a Virginia based non-profit, disaster relief organization has deployed their team of professional chefs to feed thousands in Houston, Texas. Monday, the relief group left Virginia with one of their state of the art mobile kitchens in tow, headed for the disaster zone. The team arrived on site late Tuesday. By noon today, their chefs will begin serving 2,000 restaurant quality meals daily for all those affected by the severe flooding that has overtaken the city.
Mercy Chefs’ mobile kitchen is stationed at the North West Community Church located at 12507 Windfern Road Houston, TX 77064. Residents, first responders and volunteers are invited to pick up lunch and dinner here. Meal times will be posted on the organization’s Facebook page.
An estimated 1,800 to 2,000 homes are still underwater in the surrounding neighborhoods. To reach these residences, Mercy Chefs will be partnering with the Salvation Army to make meal deliveries directly to these homes.
For more information on Mercy Chefs, please visit www.mercychefs.com
ABOUT MERCY CHEFS:
Mercy Chefs is a 501c3 founded in 2006 in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. The organization exists to provide professionally prepared, restaurant quality meals to victims, volunteers and first responders in natural disasters and national emergencies. Since its founding, Mercy Chefs has served over one million meals, and in 2015 they received both the Virginia Governor’s Volunteerism Award and the Hampton Roads Volunteer Achievement Award for their service.
CONTACT MERCY CHEFS:
Founder and President, Gary LeBlanc is available for video and audio interviews.
Phone: 877-746-9322 Ext.700