Santa Rosa | Napa, California (Fire) / 53,058 Meals Over 8 Days

Multiple fires broke out late evening October 8 and early morning October 9.  High winds and dry conditions caused the wildfires to spread rapidly. The fires caused at least 40 deaths and hundreds missing.  OBR joined forces with Guy Fieri to feed those affected by the wildfires and first responders in the Santa Rosa community and surrounding area. OBR was able to do this with the help of the Salvation Army and other groups delivering the meals.

Central | SW Florida & the Keys, Florida (Hurricane) / 126,400 Meals over 9 Days

Hurricane Irma was classified as a Category 4 hurricane when it made landfall in Florida on Sept. 10, 2107. Although downgraded over time, Irma caused widespread damage via storm surges, high winds, and rainfall, causing power loss, flooding and major damage. OBR deployed to Southwest Florida and spent x days, serving x meals. In addition, FedEx assisted by flying meals to the Florida keys. This deployment followed one of the largest deployments in OBR history, Houston and Southeast Texas after Hurricane Harvey.

Houston/Beaumont/Victoria, Texas (Hurricane & Flood) / 371,760 Meals over 11 Days

Hurricane Harvey, a Category 4 hurricane, struck Texas and neighboring states and produced over 40 inches of rain.  Operation BBQ Relief operated from three areas: Houston, Beaumont and Silsbee, and Victoria and Rockport.  To date, this was the largest and longest deployment.

We apologize if you or your company is not listed. Things can get crazy during a deployment, and we do the best we can to keep track of all the great volunteers and businesses who help make OBR happen.  If you or your company is not listed, please let us know so we can add you to the list.  Email us at info@operationbbqrelief.org.

Chetek, Wisconsin (Tornado) / 1,000 Meals Over 1 Day

We apologize if you or your company is not listed. Things can get crazy during a deployment, and we do the best we can to keep track of all the great volunteers and businesses who help make OBR happen.  If you or your company is not listed, please let us know so we can add you to the list.  Email us at info@operationbbqrelief.org.

West Plains, Missouri (Flood) / 13,300 Meals over 10 Days

Historic rainfall caused extension flooding in West Plains and surrounding areas.

We apologize if you or your company is not listed. Things can get crazy during a deployment, and we do the best we can to keep track of all the great volunteers and businesses who help make OBR happen.  If you or your company is not listed, please let us know so we can add you to the list.  Email us at info@operationbbqrelief.org.

Goodman, Missouri (Tornado) / 1557 Meals over 4 Days

An EF2-rated storm hit Goodman, and damaged the school, 40 homes and about a dozen businesses. Based on damage, the storm packed winds of more than 100 miles-per-hour. The three mile path of damage is spread out about a third-of-a-mile wide.

We apologize if you or your company is not listed. Things can get crazy during a deployment, and we do the best we can to keep track of all the great volunteers and businesses who help make OBR happen.  If you or your company is not listed, please let us know so we can add you to the list.  Email us at info@operationbbqrelief.org.

Hutchinson and Reno County, Kansas (Fire) / 1,850 Meals over 3 Days

We apologize if you or your company is not listed. Things can get crazy during a deployment, and we do the best we can to keep track of all the great volunteers and businesses who help make OBR happen.  If you or your company is not listed, please let us know so we can add you to the list.  Email us at info@operationbbqrelief.org.

Smithville, Missouri (Tornado) / 525 Meals over 2 Days

An EF2 tornado with peak winds of 132 mph, damaged or destroyed between 60 and 70 homes.

We apologize if you or your company is not listed. Things can get crazy during a deployment, and we do the best we can to keep track of all the great volunteers and businesses who help make OBR happen.  If you or your company is not listed, please let us know so we can add you to the list.  Email us at info@operationbbqrelief.org.

Gatlinburg, Tennesee (Fire) / 13,400 Meals over 3 Days

A fire in Great Smoky Mountain National Park spread to the neighboring communities, killing 14 people, destroying more than 2,000 homes and businesses and forcing the evacuation of as many as 14,000 visitors and residents.

We apologize if you or your company is not listed. Things can get crazy during a deployment, and we do the best we can to keep track of all the great volunteers and businesses who help make OBR happen.  If you or your company is not listed, please let us know so we can add you to the list.  Email us at info@operationbbqrelief.org.

Fayetteville and Lumberton, North Carolina (Hurricane) / 118,700 Meals over 8 Days

Hurricane Matthew hit North Carolina in October 2016 leaving over $6 billion in damage and 28 people dead in the State.

We apologize if you or your company is not listed. Things can get crazy during a deployment, and we do the best we can to keep track of all the great volunteers and businesses who help make OBR happen.  If you or your company is not listed, please let us know so we can add you to the list.  Email us at info@operationbbqrelief.org.