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Clip of OGT on ‘CBS This Morning’

OGT with its partnership with Dr. Aguila and the M25 program had its debut on ‘CBS This Morning”. Orphan Grain Train was not mentioned but footage from our Norfolk warehouse with OGT boxes being packed by our volunteers wearing OGT t-shirts were showcased. Dr. Aguila with Healing Hands of Nebraska started a program called M25 to help patients who cannot afford surgery or any other healthcare procedure, a way to pay by donating their time to Orphan Grain Train. The spiritual inspiration for the M25 Program comes from Matthew 25:40 ‘Amen, I say to you, whatever you did for one of these least brothers of mine, you did for me.’ We are very excited about this opportunity with the M25 program and getting some national publicity. If you missed the episode it is included here just click on the link. Enjoy!

https://www.cbsnews.com/video/nebraska-surgeon-lets-patients-pay-their-bills-with-volunteer-work/


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