7th Container On Its Way To Puerto Rico

On May 15th the Norfolk warehouse volunteers loaded the 7th container for Puerto Rico. OGT’s recipient Centro Cristiano Gracia Y Yerdad Inc (church) and their pastor still do not have electricity since hurricane Maria hit last September, 9 months ago! They are very grateful that there is a diesel generator, which was donated by a gentleman at the OGT Fish Feed in Le Mars, IA, is on this shipment for their use. The 40′ shipper owned container will stay to be used for storage. Also loaded were 71,280 Mercy Meals, 483 boxes of processed food, ladders, tools, hygiene supplies, diapers, and construction supplies for continued hurricane relief efforts. Please continue to pray for the families living in poor conditions in Puerto Rico.

Categories: International Aid

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