Thank you for those who helped in our first day of disaster relief. A hot meal of meatloaf, mashed potatoes, and green beans went out to feed 100, and we got prepped to do tomorrow's dinner and food collection. And for your prayers, especially your prayers, we found out that the truck is undamaged in storage and we just need the water to go down on the roads before we can get it out of the lot.
Keep an eye out for more volunteer sign ups to come, as well as more items that we will need donated. You are #offensivelygenerous!
We are on day 5 of the storm, and we hope that the worst of the weather is past. This means that we are going to be going into high gear with disaster relief. As of today, we can not get to the food truck. The roads that lead to the storage unit are all flooded, but we have a degree of hope that the food truck might have survived.
But we are more than a vehicle.
Efforts are now underway to help in our community, and we will need everyone's help in the days, weeks, and months ahead. Please check the volunteer page to see where you can help, and our give page to see how to donate financially.