Families Impacted By The Shutdown of Coal Mines Blessed with Supplies

Recently volunteers from New England Branch in Terryville, CT loaded a 26 ft. truck with over 5,000 pounds of food, 4 refrigerators, 2 freezers full of food, 150 boxes of heavy winter clothing, many children’s toys and other items for Appalachia. Manna from Heaven Mission distributes the items to families in Eastern Kentucky that have been severely impacted by the shutdown of the coal mines. Thank you, New England branch donors and volunteers, for helping our neighbors in Kentucky.

Categories: Domestic Aid

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