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New Hospital Scrubs Given to Help During Covid-19 Pandemic

The Sedgwick County Emergency Management office picked up 738 new hospital scrubs from OGT’s Wichita Branch location. They will partner with the United Way of the Plains in Wichita to distribute as needed to local first responders, medical staff, area nursing homes and clinics. Thank you, Wichita volunteers for assisting medical staff during the COVID-19…

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NAHA to Receive Many Goods to Bless Many

March 26th OGT’s Wisconsin Branch volunteers loaded five pallets of mixed vegetables, bedding, clothing, household items, hygiene supplies, medical equipment, toys, school supplies, and sewing supplies for Black Hawk, SD. These will be delivered to NAHA – Native American Heritage Association to share with families on the reservations in two states. Praise be to God!

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Red Bird Mission Blessed by Goods

March 24th OGT’s Indiana Branch volunteers loaded an 18’ truck with 11 bunkers of toys and 5 bunkers of household items and volunteer Roger Neptune headed for Red Bird Mission in Beverly, KY. This will be the last load of any sort from this location for a while since Indiana just invoked the “stay at…

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Much Needed Items Shipped to Ghana

Norfolk warehouse volunteers loaded desks, chairs, sewing machines, bikes, toys, medical equipment, clothes and bedding for Ghana. The Lutheran Humanitarian Foundation will receive the aid to distribute to those in need and for clinics that serve those living in poverty. Prayers for safe travels and praise be to God.

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Update On OGT Locations

The Norfolk warehouse in Norfolk, NE is closed until further notice.  At this time, OGT’s home office in Norfolk, NE remains open.  Orphan Grain Train is experiencing temporary closings of various OGT warehouses nationwide due to safety measures with the Coronavirus.  Please see the list below of these locations.  We are considering the recommendations of…

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