Help Needed with Domestic Disaster Relief

Orphan Grain Train is passionate about helping hurting families devastated by natural disasters.  Families in Mississippi are still living in uncertainty after homes & businesses were destroyed by tornadoes on June 19, 2023.  Orphan Grain Train is working with a couple of ministries that are requesting:
*cleaning supplies
*paper products
*laundry detergent

These items are desperately needed for clean-up and for displaced families.

OGT is also helping many families in New Orleans that are in desperate need of food.  Pastor Manning with Broadmoor Community Church has asked for prayers as food shelves are empty.  OGT is in the process of purchasing a load of various food and canned goods to stock the shelves of their food pantry.

If you find it in your heart to serve these families, the supplies listed above can be taken to the Norfolk warehouse in Nebraska.
606 W. Phillip Ave.  Norfolk, NE  (M-F 9 – 3:45 pm)

If you prefer to give a monetary donation to help OGT purchase the cleaning items and food, please click on the Donate button for secure online giving.

Donate to Domestic Disaster Relief

Checks can be earmarked Domestic Disaster Relief and mailed to:

Orphan Grain Train
P.O. Box 1466
Norfolk, NE 68702-1466

Thank you for your continued prayers and support for these families in need.

Categories: Current Relief Efforts, Disaster Relief

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