(WHAS11) -- Restaurants interested in feeding disaster relief workers and tornado victims in Henryville are being encouraged to identify themselves as the initial catering donors move out.
Smokin' Jim's BBQ temporarily closed its Borden restaurant after the tornadoes hit, moving the entire operation to Henryville.
"It is a blessing to us to be able to help," said owner Jim Gore. "Our ambition is to serve."
Gore estimates he has fed about 1200 people each day. Much of the food has been donated.
"Whatever they can bring us, we'll cook it," Gore said.
A mobile kitchen from Little Caesars pizza has also been on the grounds of St. Francis Xavier Church, baking hundreds of free pizzas each day.
Yet, when both the restaurant and the pizza operation phase out daily catering on Sunday, the Henryville disaster center at St. Francis Xavier Church is hoping that other restaurants step in to help.
To inquire, interested parties can contact WHAS11's Joe Arnold, who is in regular contact with disaster workers.
Email Joe at email@example.com
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