Disaster Relief

OGT’s Disaster Relief Efforts Reach Worldwide

Orphan Grain Train provides disaster relief throughout the United States and around the world. Working with the people of the communities affected by various natural disasters, OGT has been able to provide needed aid and help long after the initial devastation. Orphan Grain Train helps families devastated by storms, floods, wildfires and hurricanes. When desperation is felt, OGT offers gifts of hope.

Disaster Relief Efforts

Aid Delivered to Family Near Primrose Nebraska

Tracy Paulsen and sons, Coy and Kip (first photo) are busy cleaning up and repairing after the April 28, 2024 tornado went through their farm. The tornado took out several smaller buildings and fences. It also tore off the garage to the house along w...

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Continued Help in the Omaha Area

Norfolk Warehouse volunteers loaded several plastic totes with lids, buckets, duct tape and rubber boots for Omaha Rapid Response team in Elkhorn, NE to use for cleaning up after the recent tornadoes. Please continue to pray for the families devastat...

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Thrivent to Match for Tornado Relief

Thrivent to provide disaster relief As the recovery continues from the tornadoes that recently devastated communities, we need your support now more than ever. Make a donation and Thrivent will amplify your impact! For every $2 donated to our organiz...

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Two Containers Delivered to Elkhorn Nebraska

OGT’s delivered two containers to Elkhorn, NE. to help with clean up after a tornado ravaged around 240 homes. It was an EF3 with peak winds of 165 mph, nearly a mile wide and remained on the ground for 30 minutes. The container shown is empty ...

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Disaster Relief for NE, IA & OK

We Need Your Help for Tornado Disaster Relief Supplies Orphan Grain Train is working with organizations accessing the damage from the destructive tornadoes that ripped through parts of Nebraska, Iowa and Oklahoma recently.  The outpour of help from ...

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Many In Need After Tornado

On Wednesday, April 10, Slidell, LA was hit by an EF-2 tornado that wreaked havoc on this town that has survived hurricanes but never a tornado like this. Many buildings and homes were damaged with cars overturned leaving residents traumatized. OGT...

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Hay Delivered to Texas

Nikki Lutz, driver, took a load of hay to Justin Coleman ranch is Briscoe, TX on 4/13. Briscoe is south of Canadian, TX and sustained long term damage from last month’s fires in the Texas panhandle. This is one of 6 loads that went out in the past ...

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