Tragic Loss of 7 Employees of World Central Kitchen in Israel: WCK Continues to Provide Aid Amidst Ongoing Conflict in Gaza

World Central Kitchen reveals identities of staff members who died in Gaza

On Monday, World Central Kitchen (WCK) lost seven of its employees in an unfortunate incident involving Israeli airstrikes. CEO Erin Gore expressed her deep sadness by calling them heroes and thanking their contributions to the organization. These employees had just delivered over 100 tons of food to a warehouse in Gaza before being killed in a deconflicted zone in central Gaza.

The seven victims were Saifeddin Issam Aydan Abutaha, Lalzawami Frankcom, Damian Soból, Jacob Flickinger, John Chapman, James Henderson, and James Kirby. They were part of WCK’s relief and security teams. The organization has been actively providing food to over 1 million people in Gaza for some time now.

WCK was founded by celebrity chef José Andrés with the mission of providing food and support to those in need. The Israeli Prime Minister acknowledged the tragic event as an unintended strike that happened during war. Andrés called on the Israeli government to stop the indiscriminate killing of innocent lives and prevent any further tragedies. The organization recently sent two ships carrying tons of food to Gaza as part of its ongoing efforts to provide aid to the region.

The loss of these employees has left many friends and relatives mourning their deaths, many of whom had participated in aid efforts around the world following wars and natural disasters. Despite this tragedy, WCK remains committed to its mission of providing food and support to those in need, which is more crucial now than ever before due to the ongoing conflict in Gaza.

In conclusion, WCK’s non-profit organization has been delivering much-needed food supplies to civilians living under severe conditions due to ongoing conflict in Gaza for years now. Unfortunately, seven of its brave employees lost their lives during an Israeli airstrike on Monday while delivering aid supplies at a deconflicted zone near central Gaza City. However, WCK remains steadfast in its commitment towards providing humanitarian aid services despite this tragic event that has occurred during war times.

On Monday, World Central Kitchen (WCK) lost seven of its employees in an unfortunate incident involving Israeli airstrikes. CEO Erin Gore expressed her deep sadness by calling them heroes and thanking their contributions to the organization. These employees had just delivered over 100 tons of food to a warehouse in Gaza before being killed in…

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