First Shipment Delivered Will Bless Many

The Phoenix Branch of OGT delivered its first shipment! The truck was loaded early in the morning of November 5 with the help from our warehouse neighbors and their forklift. The donations were driven to Sells, AZ by the warehouse manager Allen Hobratschk, his wife Celeste and Volunteer Coordinator Twyla Skov and her husband Clare. This truck load of 550+ boxes and medical equipment were delivered to the Tohono O’Odham Reservation. Once there, members of the reservation helped unload and organize the boxes in their Health Care Center. Way to go Phoenix Branch volunteers and donors!

Categories: Domestic Aid

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