Domestic Aid

We help our fellow Americans

During our most recent fiscal year, 155 semi-loads filled with clothing, blankets, medical supplies, food and other needed items were distributed to locations here in the USA.

  • Native American Indian Reservations
  • Texas-Mexico Border Missions
  • Poverty in the Appalachians
  • Several food pantries, homeless shelters and veterans facilities

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Brent Kummer
Director of OGT Logistics LLC
601 W. Phillip Ave.
Norfolk, NE 68701
Cell: 402-750-9686
Office: 402-371-9313

Domestic Aid Relief Efforts

Much Needed Aid Delivered to Texas

Wisconsin Branch volunteers in Westfield loaded and delivered more than 6,000 pounds of various foods, 1,924 Food for Kidz meals, medical equipment, school supplies, toys, and a variety of goods for Ysleta Mission in El Paso, TX....

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Specialized Tables Delivered To Local School

Maryland Branch volunteers delivered 11 slate-top science tables to Annapolis Area Christian School (AACS). Pictured is the facility with school principal, Ben Peddicord (back right), who helped off load. These specializes tables were readily accepte...

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Aid Delivered to Church on the Street

Phoenix Branch volunteers delivered hygiene kits, clothing and sleeping mats to Church on the Street which goes out to homeless people and share goods and Gospel with many in need. Praise be to God!...

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Food and Aid Delivered to San Benito Texas

The Pavilion in San Benito, TX received 9,504 Food for Kidz meals, 5,300 pounds of various foods, Bibles, blankets, medical equipment, furnishings, and of goods from donors and volunteers at the Wisconsin Branch in Westfield. So many wonderful gifts ...

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Food and Aid Delivered to CAP in Kentucky

Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) was grateful to receive 4,700 pounds of various foods, 11,880 Food for Kidz meals, School supplies, bedding, diapers and other needed goods from Wisconsin Branch donors and volunteers. CAP helps families living in ...

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Items Delivered Will Help Many

OGT’s Steve Rice with California-Arizona-Nevada Collection Center delivered 300 boxes of new underwear and socks from an “Undie Sunday Collection” for Lutheran Border Concerns Ministry. Ramon Contreras shared the needed items with churches, bre...

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