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Kentucky Baptist Disaster Relief

Safe Food

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Safe Food volunteers prepare hot meals using a field kitchen to feed victims of a disaster and the volunteers who serve them, preparing containers for use in Red Cross or Salvation Army vehicles for serving, inventory food, clean the feeding area, wash cooking utensils and pots, move cases of food from storage to the kitchen, load and unload the supply truck, and set up and take down the field kitchen. The day for a mass feeding volunteer typically begins around 5 a.m. and ends around 6 p.m.

Volunteers serving on the safe food team are required to complete the following training:

  • Phase I - Involving Southern Baptists in Disaster Relief

Additional Training offered:

  • Phase II - Safe Food Training
  • Kitchen Set-Up Certification Training