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Hurricane Relief Efforts Continue

In October 2018 Hurricane Michael devastated a region of Florida’s coastline; the damage was so widespread that debris still needs to be cleared. Orphan Grain Train recently delivered a load of disaster supplies, hygiene kits and food to Trinity Lutheran Church in Panama City, FL. The Trinity food pantry serves families and volunteers in need of food. Redemption Lutheran Church was destroyed from high winds and water leaving the church unusable. OGT delivered our portable chapel to their congregation for a place of worship during this time of uncertainty. OGT continues to work with other organizations and monitor the need for disaster relief. We have not forgotten our brothers and sisters in Texas and continue to provide food and building materials to aid in the rebuilding of homes. Would you consider helping the families devastated by the hurricanes and other natural disasters by giving to OGT’s Disaster Relief Efforts? Thank you.


Categories: Current Relief Efforts

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