Komali’s Executive Chef Organizes Aid for Moore

Anastacia Quinones with 6-month-old daughter, Isabella
Anastacia Quinones with 6-month-old daughter, Isabella

It’s been more than a month since the tornadoes hit Moore, Oklahoma, and although the city is no longer on every front page, the people who live there are still trying to slowly rebuild their lives. Donations and assistance are still greatly needed, and it’s heartwarming to see the community stepping up to help out.

Komali, of the award-winning margaritas, is offering anyone bringing much-needed baby supplies (think diapers, wipes, formula, baby bottles, blankets, or teddy bears) 25% off their lunch ticket for up to four guests (tax, tip, and alcoholic beverages not included).

Of course, cash donations are welcome too, and the special runs through August.

Komali’s executive chef, Anastacia Quinones, worked with owner and chef Abraham Salum to devise a plan of action.

“When I heard the babies in Moore, Ok., were in desperate need of diapers, wipes, formula and even teddy bears to hug at night, I felt the intense obligation to help, seeing that my daughter has all those things and I couldn’t imagine not being able to provide that to her,” Quinones said.

Don’t forget to bring those baby items by on your next lunch break.

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