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

Fence Posts And Wire Delivered With Much More Needed

Farmers devastated by the recent flood water are in need of fence posts and wiring. OGT recently delivered 4 loads of posts and wire to Verdigre and Lynch, Nebraska for farmers to repair their fence lines for cattle. Thank you to our donors and volun...

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Flood Relief Efforts Continuing to Bless Many

OGT distributed 200 lbs. of hamburger, 1 pallet of potatoes and 10 pallets of pet food for Nebraska flood relief efforts in Lynch and Norfolk. Thank you to our donors and volunteers for making these distributions possible....

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Donated Hay Delivered

OGT recently delivered donated hay from a farmer in West point, NE to a farmer in Hooper, NE. The farmstead was severely damaged by flood waters in Hooper.  The farmer can’t even use his tractor because his barn took in so much water it collapsed ...

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Kids on a Mission

OGT’s Indiana Branch in Jonesville had a great group of young helpers with a Thrivent Action team event to sort and inventory disaster supplies that have been collected at their location. Next step is to build the inventory and then assemble the Sc...

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Nucor Donates to Help Victims of the Flooding

Employees with Nucor in Norfolk, NE saw firsthand the destruction left behind by the ravaging flood waters and homes in desperate need of repairs from water damage. They felt in their hearts an urge to help but were not sure how. They heard the amazi...

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