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4 Feet of Water Rushed Through Recipients Facility

In mid-August, volunteers from Indiana Branch delivered water, food, cleaning and sanitizing products to an Emergency Disaster Relief building in Kentucky to help flood victims. The photo is from Manna from Heaven, one of our recipients in Kentucky, which had 4’ of water rush through their facility. The water destroyed freezers and equipment along with doing major damage to buildings. After repairs were made, Indiana Branch was again able to deliver food and goods along with two new freezers for the ministry’s use. Thank you, Indiana Branch donors and volunteers for showing the love of Jesus to many.


Categories: Disaster Relief

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