Iowa Flooding Response

Following weeks of heavy rain in June, flooding has severely impacted northwest Iowa, causing a complete disruption of running water and electricity. Nearly 2,000 properties have been submerged and damaged, forcing residents to evacuate homes and seek shelter. Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds made a disaster declaration for Sioux County. The situation has created an immediate and urgent need for food service to support victims and rescue teams.

In response, Mercy Chefs is deploying to Rock Valley to serve hot, chef-prepared meals to displaced families grappling with the aftermath of the flooding. We are initiating food operations at Faith Reformed Church and are fully prepared to assist affected populations as weather forecasts indicate continued rainfall. Please join us in prayer for those who have lost their homes and are on the road to recovery. Stay up-to-date on our disaster response by following us on social media (@MercyChefs).

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Father and son receive meal in Rock Valley, IA

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