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Rapid Relief Team BBQs

RRT Provides Hundreds Of Meals For Those In Need.

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Inspiring Community Spirit

The Rapid Relief Team Is A Committed Charitable Organization.

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Natural Disaster Relief Efforts

Help The Rapid Relief Team Continue To Support At Natural Disasters!

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RRT Bound Brook Fire Relief Efforts

The Rapid Relief Team was called to a massive 7-Alarm Fire in Bound Brook, NJ late Sunday evening. A new apartment complex was up in flames and spreading quickly! Within two hours, RRT was on site with a large supply of food and beverages to feed an estimated 300-400 Firemen, EMS and Police Officers, who were need of a break from their shift.

RRT served a hot meal, to first responders until 3am Monday morning, leaving the leftovers with Central Fire Command to help them power through the early morning hours. The support from RRT was very much appreciated by the emergency personnel, many who had traveled in from surrounding townships and cities and were joining forces to bring the fire under control and make it safe for nearby residences!

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RRT and the Government Shutdown

The Rapid Relief Team (RRT) has started a national campaign to provide free meals to furloughed Federal Transport Security Administration (TSA) agents right across the United States.

RRT will be providing thousands of hot meals to TSA employees at dozens of major airports across the country, many of whom are serving their fellow citizens by working without pay as a result of the recent partial government shutdown. 

Over 4,000 free meals in total will be served by RRT volunteers over the course of the next week at major airports including Philadelphia, Newark, San Antonio, Columbus, Omaha, North Dakota, Baltimore, Minneapolis, Oakland, Des Moines, Detroit, Portland, and Cleveland.

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RRT Los Angeles Responds To California Wildfires

Rapid Relief Team from Los Angeles supported the firefighters and other emergency responders, in what turned out to be most deadliest and most destructive wildfire ever recorded in the state of California. What started as a small campfire in the nearby mountains, destroyed over 100,000 acres and 6700 homes and other buildings. The fire jumped the main 101 freeway and headed from the hills to the pacific coast, destroying anything in it's path. It was stated that the wildfire grew at a pace of 40 football fields every 30 seconds, and firefighters responded that they focused on helping with the mandatory evacuation and only confronted the fire when it was safe to do so. Many people fleeing their homes found themselves completely surrounded by flames. The damage was so extensive, entire developments were left looking like a war zone. The Rapid Relief Team provided refreshments and cold beverages to the firefighters, as well as served meals from a safe distance.

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Key Statistics

  • Meals

    567332840
  • Volunteers

    3486681
  • Man Hours

    155441279
  • Events

    38490

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The Rapid Relief Team was called to a massive 7-Alarm Fire in Bound Brook, NJ late Sunday evening. A new apartment complex was up in flames and spreading quickly! Within two hours, RRT was on site with a large supply of food and beverages to feed an estimated 300-400 Firemen, EMS and Police Officers, who were need of a break from their shift.

RRT served a hot meal, to first responders until 3am Monday morning, leaving the leftovers with Central Fire Command to help them power through the early morning hours. The support from RRT was very much appreciated by the emergency personnel, many who had traveled in from surrounding townships and cities and were joining forces to bring the fire under control and make it safe for nearby residences!

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On befhalf of east franlin fire dept crews. Ladder 27 and squad 27 car 27. We thank you. That food was just what we needed at the time. Thank you

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Thank you!! You guys were awesome

Great job guys and gals

We’re truly grateful.

Thank you RRT, your support and the food and drinks you provided was greatly appreciated by the crew of Metuchen Engine 2!! Thanks again for all of your help and assistance at this major fire.

Outstanding job! Thank you for your service and support toward the first responder community!!!

More work for me

Gud job

RRT...So proud of all of you. Thank you!

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RRT Indianapolis brought Holiday Joy to 50 families who visited the Shalom House for a hot meal, on Saturday afternoon. Each family was gifted a shopping tote, including a full traditional holiday meal. RRT was delighted to join forces with The Shalom House and help fight hunger during the Holiday Season!

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