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 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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Household Items Delivered to Kentucky

House of I Am in Madisonville, KY was grateful to receive a flatbed with coaches and a trailer with other household items for families finally getting into their homes after the December tornadoes. Thank you, Indiana Branch volunteers and donors!...

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3 Load of Hay Delivered to New Mexico

Wisconsin Branch volunteers delivered 3 loads of large round bales of hay (108 bales) to Las Vegas, NM where prairie fires have destroyed grasslands, homes and businesses. Thank you, donors and volunteers!...

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Life Changing Delivery Arrives in New Mexico

OGT arranged the delivery of 5 loads of hay to Mora, NM where grass lands, homes and businesses have been destroyed by prairie fires. The Hermits Peak & Calf Canyon Fire is now the most destructive in New Mexico history. Many ranchers lined up to...

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10,240 Pounds of Chicken Delivered to Kentucky

Recently the Wisconsin Branch delivered 10,240 pounds of various frozen chicken to The Way Community Center in Wingo, KY. They help serve families that lost their homes to the tornadoes last December and also families living in poverty. This is what ...

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Third Delivery of Hay Will Help to Feed Livestock

Will Pudenz, in first photo, picked up 14 bales of corn stalk and 18 hay bales in Norfolk, NE and delivered those to Immanuel Lutheran Church in Las Vegas, NM. The bales were shared with families that lost prairie land to fire and in desperate need o...

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Shower Unit Delivered to Kentucky

OGT delivered a shower unit to Community Fellowship Baptist Church in Hickory, Kentucky for volunteers to use while rebuilding from the mid-December tornadoes. Please continue to pray for the families still devastated by this tragedy. Pictured L-R Bo...

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Three Loads of Hay Deliveried So Far to New Mexico

OGT delivered a second load of 36 bales of corn stalk and hay to Las Vegas, NM. Here is a ‘Thank You’ letter from Pastor Donald Neidigk with Immanuel Lutheran Church: Dear Friends,”Thank you” cannot express the profound gratitude Imma...

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