Mercy Chefs is FULLY DEPLOYED and serving meals to tornado victims and volunteers in the hard-hit area of Little Rock, Arkansas. I arrived here on Saturday and our team quickly went to work and prepared dinner for tornado victims (here is a photo of our team working to get meals out to tornado victims last night).

Today, Mercy Chefs is providing meals for both lunch and dinner for those in need as yet another community has been rocked by a major tornado.

The scenes on the ground here are shocking. Tornado damage is always hard to process -- how cars and homes and trucks and just about everything in its path can be reduced to rubble.

+ + We are deployed in TWO locations...

This means Mercy Chefs is now deployed and serving meals in two tornado disaster locations -- Mississippi and now Arkansas. The need in both locations is still very critical. Mercy Chefs has been the PRIMARY provider of food for Rolling Fork (MS) since the tornado struck. And now we are providing hot meals to impacted families in the immediate aftermath of the tornado in Arkansas.


Will you sponsor 10, 20, 50 or even 100 meals for tornado victims in both Mississippi and Arkansas this week? Go here to make your tax-deductible gift to help tornado victims while we continue other vital efforts:

When Mercy Chefs is deployed in response to multiple disasters, it immediately becomes an ALL HANDS ON DECK situation for our staff. We need DOUBLE the chefs, DOUBLE the support team, DOUBLE the volunteers, and DOUBLE the groceries.

That means we also need DOUBLE the support from friends like you.

If you haven't yet supported our recent tornado relief efforts, PLEASE DO SO TODAY! Your gift will help make a difference this week for tornado victims.

Also please pray for the victims, our team and all the volunteers. We want to help as many people as possible.

God bless,

Gary LeBlanc, Mercy Chefs