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40,000 Pounds of Beans to Help in Haiti

In December the Wisconsin Branch purchased 40,000 pounds of edible split black beans to be shipped from the Norfolk warehouse for Help For Haiti in Haiti. The beans will be divided among several ministries to use in their food distribution and feeding programs for those in need, schools and orphanages. This shipment also contained 101 small boxes of individual bags to put the beans in for distribution to those in need. Eight boxes of clothing along with some of the food is for Thomas Bernard with Haiti Lutheran Missions Society.


Categories: International Aid

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