10,240 Pounds of Chicken Delivered to Kentucky

Recently the Wisconsin Branch delivered 10,240 pounds of various frozen chicken to The Way Community Center in Wingo, KY. They help serve families that lost their homes to the tornadoes last December and also families living in poverty. This is what they had to say about the food donation: “Our thankfulness for the partnership with Brakebush Bros and Orphan Grain Train and the blessing of the chicken is big and mighty! Goal number one in our food ministry is to lead folks to Jesus and spiritually feed our recipients, as well as meeting the physical hunger needs in our area. Even before the devastating tornado hit our area there has been much need and the need continues. We are currently in the process of creating more outreach avenues to help even more folks and continue most of all sharing Jesus. Thank you.”

Categories: Disaster Relief, Domestic Aid

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