As I shared with you yesterday, with the fire destroying our Mercy Chefs kitchen, the team there is working out of a container with one burner, one oven and a table. They prep the food and wash the dishes out in the open because the container is so small.

But in Haiti, even the makeshift kitchen is a lifeline of hope....

+ + These moms walked miles for nutrition...

While we were at the site of the destroyed kitchen, we noticed that moms with their infants were coming to the makeshift complex where our kitchen resides. It turns out that many of these moms had walked miles with their babies to come to take part in the nutrition program sponsored by the mission.

Even though the kitchen was destroyed in the fire, the need continues!

That is why I must get this kitchen rebuilt as soon as possible. But to do so, I need the support of friends like you. 

{{recipient.first_name_or_friend}}, can I count on your help? We are still short of our expected financial need for this project. Go here now to make your tax-deducible gift to help Mercy Chefs rebuild this kitchen and continue other vital efforts:

Our goal is to get the kitchen rebuilt by early June. But to do so, I must commit the financial resources NOW! Your tax-deductible gift will make a difference today as we rush to secure the necessary equipment and get this kitchen rebuilt.

The Mercy Chefs kitchen in Haiti has been one of the most successful mission programs I have ever seen. This kitchen has provided over 2 million meals to those working in the mission as well as the local community. God is using this effort to bring restoration to tens of thousands of people!

Thank you so much for your prayers. And thank you for your financial support!

God bless,

Gary LeBlanc, Founder
Mercy Chefs

P.S. Seeing those moms with their infants again confirmed just how important this outreach is. To break free from desperate poverty, the poorest of the poor must have two things: clean water and good nutrition. Through our water purification efforts and this kitchen, Mercy Chefs has helped provide both of these key ingredients for the community in Chambrun. Now, we must rebuild the kitchen. Please help! Go here:

Read our reports on the Haiti kitchen fire.