Browsing Category: International Aid

Not Your Typical Delivery System

International Charity Fund Peace in the Republic of Georgia found unique ways to transport goods donated and shipped by OGT’s Central Nebraska branch in Grand Island. They were resourceful with how they distributed the boxes to many families in need. A great reminder of how blessed we are in America. Enjoy the photos.

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80 Boxes of Layettes to Bless Many New Moms in Latvia

Indiana Branch volunteers, located in Jonesville, loaded a shipping container with 80 boxes of layette kits, school and sports equipment, bikes, toys, hygiene supplies, blankets and clothes for Latvia. Fonds Saules Kaln will receive the goods to share with organizations that serve those in need. Pastor Artis Eglitis will be picking up the 80 Boxes…

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Cold Loading Container for Republic of Georgia

It was a cold 22° F when volunteers from the Castle Rock location loaded 1,398 boxes of clothing, 25 bicycles and medical items for Republic of Georgia. NNLE – “Strong, United Independent Georgia” organization is grateful to be receiving this shipment to share with persons with disabilities, IDPs, socially vulnerable people and they fund children…

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Another Shipment to South Sudan

On Friday, February 7, 2020 the Maryland Branch shipped our ninth 40-container to South Sudan.  This shipment has again targeted the town of Bor, with a population of close to 30,000 people. An unfortunate feature of this area is a very ill-equipped hospital.  Necessarily, a large portion of the humanitarian aid included health equipment and…

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Volunteers Loaded Shipment for Nicaragua Full of Mercy Meals and Black Beans

Rainbow Network in Nicaragua is anxiously awaiting 213,840 Mercy Meals and 10,000 pounds of edible black split beans from the Norfolk Warehouse. Rainbow Network is a Christian Ministry working in the rural remote areas of Nicaragua. They serve about 42,000 people with community participation and focusing on four areas; healthcare, education, economic development and housing…

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