Chef, volunteers bring millions of meals to Puerto Rico

Jose Alejandro Ortiz, a volunteer, tells "GMA" about the World Central Kitchen organization started by chef Jose Andres after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico.
2:41 | 11/13/17

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recovery reporting live from the communities trying to recover from those devastating hurricanes. Michael in his hometown and rob in the Florida keys and robin in Puerto Rico. Let's check in with her now. Hey, robin. All right, guys, all morning we've been reporting from world central kitchen, an organization started by chef Jose Andres and brought it here five days after in Puerto Rico and business, volunteers and bring millions, 2.6 million already to hurricane victims and one of those volunteers, Jose Alejandro Ortiz is here. Thank you, thank you for this. Tell us a little about how you got involved. Well, basically before the hurricane came to the island I had my own company and I had my own delivery service and after the hurricane came I lost every E elm. The customers didn't have internet. I still had my service that I wanted to like put food from point a to point B so I went online to try to find people that can help and I stumble upon this. My whole team in the fourth day and after 46 nonstop days I'm still here. What the feeling like? I mean these are hot meals? Yeah. That are going to people. Yeah. So like there's to be honest there's no word that I can describe it. Sometimes I feel happy. Proud. I'm sometimes I feel sad when I go out and I see that people have that need and knowing we have done 2.6 million meals is like having 15,000 volunteers is a big number and we have a good team. It's like an accomplishment. All across Puerto Rico. Not just in San Juan. 78 municipalities we have, yeah. That is wonderful. I understand that when chef Jose comes in here, something happens. What dogs down? Yeah, when the chef comes in, everyone start singing. They start singing. Yeah. They start singing. Yeah. ??? ??? Whoo. ??? ??? Wonderful. And, everyone, thank you. They've been here bright and early again 2.6 million and counting meals. And counting. The need is still so tremendous. And I though that you have found

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