World Central Kitchen Feeds Carr Fire Victims, First Responders

World Central Kitchen sees a need, packs up and arrives to deliver nutritious, homemade meals to victims of disaster and first responders aiding those affected.

World Central Kitchen has re-activated #ChefsForCalifornia (which responded to the Thomas Fire in 2017) to provide quality meals to those seeking shelter from the fire.

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Aaron Williams is a freelance writer and editor living in Redding who has spent the past 20-plus years in the newspaper and communications business. He loves telling stories almost as much as he loves coaching freshman football at Shasta High School.

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2 Responses

  1. Beverly Stafford says:

    Wow. The true spirit of “Find a need and fill it.” I regret we’re not closer to help.

  2. This is one of Redding’s little Comeback happenings, I spoke to one of the volunteers who’s from Germany and travels around with WCK. Not to mention Karen’s generosity. Maybe this can evolve into a permanent feeding center for the long haul.

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