Cookers for Florida for Hurricane relief

Monday, October 2, 2017
No electricity? Hurricane victims and first responders in Florida and Texas are benefiting from the donation of 75 FireDisc propane cookers to prepare meals. Here, Lt. Marty King of the University of South Florida Police Department in Tampa receives a FireDisc Cooker.

FireDisc has donated 75 emergency FireDisc cookers to aid relief efforts in Florida following the Hurricane Irma devastation.

Coastal Conservation Association of Florida (CCAF), Islamorada Beer Company and the University of South Florida Police Department received cookers to give to people affected by the hurricane, as well as supplying FireDisc cookers to first responders.

“I was contacted by FireDisc after Hurricane Irma impacted Florida,” said Lt. Marty King, University of South Florida Police Dept. “They immediately expressed interest in helping first responders mitigate any concerns of cooking and feeding those effected by the storm due to sustained power outages and flooding throughout the Tampa Bay area.”

Learn more about “Cookers for a Cause” at firedisccookers.com.