The Forgotten Disaster
The Florida Panhandle is far from returning to normalcy following Hurricane Michael’s devastating strike in early October.
Relief organizations around the country are stretched thin trying to provide aid. The difference is donations aren’t coming. Reports show that donations for Hurricane Michael total around fifteen percent of what was raised following similar, even less destructive Hurricanes. Despite funding challenges, Mercy Chefs is committed to helping the people whose lives were torn apart by Hurricane Michael recover.
Make A Difference
With Mercy Chefs
This March, Mercy Chefs is going back to Panama City, Florida to help residents recover. Our team will be providing our chef-prepared meals to college students and church groups, who are coming on their spring break to clean out and repair homes.
The New York Times reported that an estimated nine out of ten homes still have tarps on them! Mercy Chefs will make it feasible for hundreds of young people to provide free labor to these families, who struggling to recover and rebuild. YOU CAN BE A PART OF THE SOLUTION. By clicking on the buttons below, you can donate, volunteer or organize a team to join Mercy Chefs in making sure Florida is not forgotten.