I last donated to World Central Kitchen after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico. World Central Kitchen’s ability to mobilize chefs and provide food in regions affected by natural disaster is really quite remarkable. Now, of course, we face a more artificial disaster — the federal shutdown that is now in its 31st day. Today, I donated once again to World Central Kitchen, to support its ChefsForFeds program that providing food to furloughed federal employees.

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