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Assistant Delivered In Kentucky For Families In Need

Two designated locations in Kentucky received 5,500 pounds of canned food, cereal, & non-perishable foods along with children’s winter coats and accessories, diapers, blankets, household items and cleaning supplies for families that their homes were destroyed by the recent tornadoes. The New England Branch volunteers also included special boxes of toys, books and Bibles for the families. Thank you, donors and volunteers, for being the hands and feet of Jesus.


Categories: Disaster Relief

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