The town of Sulphur, Oklahoma, was DECIMATED last weekend by a major tornado. The folks there need our help.

Our friends at Mercy Chefs -- Grassfire's disaster relief partner -- are serving hot meals to Oklahoma tornado victims TODAY and they need our help.

My family just sponsored 30 hot meals ($105). Could you match that or perhaps sponsor 10 meals ($35) or 20 meals ($70)? Go here to help feed Oklahoma tornado victims, and see below for more details.

Steve Elliott, Grassfire

To: Steve Elliott
From: Gary LeBlanc 
Date: May 1, 2024 at 1:14:21 PM EST
Subject: Okla. town "unrecognizable;" help needed 

Oklahoma Tornado Update -- Victims need help.
Go here to sponsor meals for tornado victims and see below.


The National Weather Service is now saying that the tornado that hit Sulphur was "at least EF3," meaning the wind speeds were at least in the range of  135-165 MPH.

From what we're seeing on the ground in Sulphur, this was a MAJOR TORNADO...

Much of the town's main street is in rubble or seriously damaged. One news report said Sulphur's downtown is "nearly unrecognizable." Sadly, at least four have died from this rash of tornadoes that hit Sulphur and surrounding communities.

+ + Mercy Chefs is feeding tornado victims today!

Mercy Chefs is here. Our team began serving hot meals within 24 hours of the tornado's strike. I joined our team today, and we have been working since before sunup to provide chef-prepared, hot meals for both lunch and dinner. Our team is also delivering meals to those in the area who need help.

I'm anticipating that the demand for hot meals will increase over the next 24-48 hours

Can you help?

Go here now to help sponsor hot meals Mercy Chefs will be serving to tornado victims in the next 24-48 hours:

When we meet the families who just lost their homes and the business owners who likely lost everything, our hearts break. We know they face a long road to recovery.

But what they need right now is HOPE. A hot meal -- prepared by an excellent chef -- delivers a message of hope that someone cares and that brighter days will come.

Thanks for helping us extend hope in the midst of disaster.

God bless,

Gary LeBlanc, Mercy Chefs