Ever Increasing Need Will Be Helped by Delivery

A truckload of dry foods, diapers, blankets, clothing, beds and furniture were unloaded early morning Tuesday, April 23 by a great crew of volunteers, Gary the Forklift Driver from Kellet Lumber, Pastor Greg Manning and Toi Carter. There is an ever-increasing need for all of these items in many of the Louisiana parishes. Also pictured on the far right is Dan Pollock, OGT Logistics’ driver.

Categories: Domestic Aid

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