Dallas, Texas, they provided disaster relief in Alabama after a devastating tornado struck the suburbs of Birmingham. In the past, they’ve also helped communities recover after hurricanes, floods, and other natural disasters.The nonprofit began in 2006 when founder Gary LeBlanc witnessed the destruction in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
He said while volunteering in New Orleans, he noticed the widespread and intense devastation throughout the city. The storm had left the city in ruins, and Gary felt compelled to help somehow.
He knew hot meals could make a huge difference, but felt “outraged by the quality of food being served.”However, after working in the hospitality industry for 35 years, he had plenty of experience serving food.Read more on powerofpositivity.com