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Orphan Grain Train is accepting donations for Nepal earthquake victims

There has been some delay in getting the food shipment to Nepal due to the airport being temporarily closed from the earthquake in Kathmandu.  The airport is now open but very backed logged with all the relief efforts.  The shipment is booked for air travel on May 22 from Chicago’s O’Hara Airport and destined for the airport in Kathmandu. Midwest Food Bank of Indiana has donated 14,256 processed rice meals and OGT is arranging and funding the transportation.  Our recipient, First Love Nepal, will distribute the food to the hurting families in the village of Kothok. We are planning a second shipment for Kathmandu, which is with a different recipient.  This shipment will be medical equipment for the hospital in Kathmandu and is expected to leave the end of June. 

We know this will be a costly endeavor, so if you would like to make a donation to help offset the cost, you can do so on our website, click the Donate tab.  Checks can be made payable to Orphan Grain Train, marked “International Disaster Fund” and mailed to PO Box 1466, Norfolk, NE 68702-1466. Thank you for your support of our ministry and helping the victims of the earthquake in Nepal.

 To see the latest of what we are doing for Nepal, please click on "What We Do" tab and scroll down to "Current Relief Efforts".  To see daily happens of OGT, check us out on facebook at Orphan Grain Train, Inc

The Great Need.

In loving response to Christ, the Servant, the Orphan Grain Train movement encourages and enables God’s people to share personal and material resources in bringing Christ’s name and character to needy people both far and near. Sometimes that character expresses itself as a word well spoken, sometimes as a bandage well applied, and sometimes as a child well fed.

  • Last year over 3.4 million meals were shipped to starving people around the world.

  • Only 3 % of every dollar spent go for administration and fundraising. 97% goes for helping needy people.

  • At last count, more than 2,380 semi- loads or 40 ft. shipping containers of relief supplies have been sent worldwide since 1992.

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