One of the non-profit sites in Kharkiv, Ukraine, was recently damaged in a missile strike that injured four volunteers.
"When I reopen my restaurants, I hope I will, every active Doctor and Nurse will eat for free for the rest of the year," celebrity chef José Andrés said on Twitter late Thursday night.
In an effort to provide some relief, world renowned chef José Andrés has traveled to the territory with his nonprofit organization, World Central Kitchen, on a mission to feed those affected by Hurricane Dorian.
Celebrity chef said it was an "important gesture" that the daughter of President Trump had gone to his relief kitchen.
The president has promised to present media with awards for being dishonest, and José Andrés has promised to buy them dinner.
A FEMA official accused chef José Andrés of self-promotion after he criticized the government agency's response to Hurricane Maria.