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Operation BBQ Relief 2017 Update

Thursday, July 6, 2017

Founded by Stan Hays and Will Cleaver in May 2011, Operation BBQ Relief's first mission was to feed displaced residents and first responders in Joplin, Missouri after it was struck by a tornado. Since then, Operation BBQ Relief has served over 1.2 million hot meals to the victims and heroes of natural disasters across the United States.

A snapshot of the work Operation BBQ Relief has done since 2011:

2017 Stats So Far

3 States
5 Disasters
20 Deployment Days
211,132 Hot BBQ Meals Served

2011-2017 Stats

22 States
40 Disasters
220 Deployment Days
1,200,474 Hot BBQ Meals Served


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of Operation BBQ Relief's Deployments

Operation BBQ Relief Deployment map and dates PDF

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