Where there are thorns of destruction and loss, a rose of hope may be found in the simple gift of a real meal.
From our own backyard to the nations of the world, people need hope in the form of a meal.
When is seems like all is lost, hope is not. In disaster zones around the world, our goal is to restore hope in desperate circumstances.
Sixteen years of disaster relief experience has prepared us to address this humanitarian crisis with practical relief.
During our Hurricane Ida response, we saw our calling come full circle as we served beautiful food, made with love, that feeds not only the body but also the soul.
We are hard at work ensuring our preparedness to serve hundreds of thousands of hot meals this hurricane season.
The needs are simple: Children are hungry. Families are hurting. Communities are broken. We don’t have all the answers, but we can feed people.
Approaching 10 million meals served after back-to-back disaster responses and monumental community outreach this year.
Over one million meals served during the first six months of 2020, and the need is not letting up.
Our team was on site within 24 hours serving hot meals to victims and first responders.
A year in review of our efforts in 2019 with the knowledge that the best is still to come.
Mercy Chefs provides 65,000 hot meals to thousands displaced by Hurricane Dorian’s catastrophic blow.
Mercy Chefs serves another one million meals bringing our total from one to two million in only three and a half years’ time.
Mercy Chef forges ahead with new developments in the quarter of 2019
Behind the scenes of 2018’s largest disaster responses
Twelve years of disaster relief and humanitarian aid