If there's a natural disaster this kind-hearted chef will provide sustenance for those in need.
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With Hurricane Ida wreaking havoc throughout many states, many people are left without basic facilities to be able to provide for their families. Thankfully there are people like Chef José Andrés who go out of their way to provide help for these individuals.
The chef is not a stranger to helping the needy. Throughout the world he’s already set up multiple kitchens in areas where homeless people are in need of a wholesome meal. And he also founded the World Central Kitchen in 2010 in response to the devastating earthquake in Haiti — a non-profit that helps feed people in areas coping with natural disasters.