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Helping Haiti with Black Beans

The Wisconsin Branch purchased 80,000 pounds of black beans and funded the transportation for half to ship to Liberia and the other half for Haiti from the Norfolk warehouse.  Both shipments left this week and will serve many families receiving aid through Lutheran AID Ministries in Liberia.  Help For Haiti will share the black beans among several organizations to help feed the very poor throughout the region.  Glory be to God!


Categories: International Aid

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