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

Helping Families Devastated by Hurrincane in Florida

Ohio Collection Center delivered blankets, cleaning supplies, hygiene kits, nearly 100 5-gallon buckets, work gloves and other items to North American Lutheran Disaster in Coldwell, OH. The items were then transported to Ft. Myers region in Florida. ...

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Supplies Delivered to Aid in Clean Up of Ft Myers

Indiana Branch volunteers delivered cleaning supplies and buckets to Citygate Ministries in Ft. Myers, FL to help with cleanup. This will be a long process for clean up and rebuilding for many families from hurricane Ian. Please continue to keep the ...

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Continued Help For Kentucky

The Way Community Center in Wingo, KY continues to help families devastated by the recent flooding. They were grateful to receive more than 27,000 pounds of various foods, 3,240 Kids Against Hunger meals, hygiene supplies, various clothes, bedding an...

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Aid Collected Will Help Many in Florida

OGT’s Ohio location collected items for cleanup and relief efforts for Hurricane Ian. Items will be distributed through NALC Disaster Response and LCMS – LERT (Lutheran Early Response Team) to people in need in St. Petersburg, Estero, Port Charlo...

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Goods Arrive to Aid Many in Need in Kentucky

Melber Baptist Church Food Pantry in Hickory, KY was grateful to receive frozen chicken, potatoes, cleaning supply buckets, work gloves, diapers, 200 Christmas Gift boxes and other goods to help families affected by the recent floods. Thank you, Norf...

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4 Feet of Water Rushed Through Recipients Facility

In mid-August, volunteers from Indiana Branch delivered water, food, cleaning and sanitizing products to an Emergency Disaster Relief building in Kentucky to help flood victims. The photo is from Manna from Heaven, one of our recipients in Kentucky, ...

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Aid Delivered to Many Grateful Families in Kentucky

The Way Community Center in Wingo, KY continues to help families that were devastated by the mid-December tornadoes. They were grateful to receive 28,592 pounds of various foods, 14,256 Kids Against Hunger meals, blankets, hygiene supplies and clothi...

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