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Helping to Feed the Homeless and Those in Need

During December 2017 OGT helped tremendously with distributing food for the homeless and those in need within the US. Ysleta Mission in El Paso, TX received a load of various foods. Native American Heritage Association (NAHA) in Black Hawk, SD received 11 loads of various foods. NAHA assists families, individuals, schools and the elderly living on several reservations in the region. Cornerstone Children’s Ranch in Quemado, TX received 10 pallets of mixed food along with clothing and medical supplies. What wonderful blessings for OGT to pass onto others in desperate need.


Categories: Domestic Aid

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