Browsing Tag: Mid-Atlantic

Recipient from Malawi Visits Mid-Atlantic Branch

In a rare opportunity to meet one of our aid recipients, Mid-Atlantic Branch welcomed Bishop Harvey Chabinga for a day at the Jennersville warehouse on November 1st. He toured the facility with fellow pastors Joao Njatani from Mozambique and Raymond Galiwango from Uganda. The men enjoyed learning about our branch and selecting several donated items…

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Not Packing Pennsylvania Air

We had a beautifully crisp and sunny fall day in West Grove to load for Liberia. Despite a late truck arrival at 10am, several special guests were on hand to pitch in and help, such as OGT Field Work director, Peter Gnan. Volunteers were also grateful for the loading talents of Merchant Marine Academy midshipman,…

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College Students Lend a Hand

Students from nearby Lincoln University started volunteering at the MAB warehouse in early November. Their commitment to service showed in their willingness to take on any task – unloading a van of donations, sorting and packing clothing, making Hygiene Kits, and even taking out the trash! Our Saturday volunteers welcomed their energy and bright smiles….

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Boscov’s Event A Success!

Thanks to you, our annual Friends-Helping-Friends campaign raised $4,773 in October! Matching funds, combined with proceeds from $5 discount shopping passes, helped us reach our second highest total since 2016. Additionally, the Lord opened doors for us to witness and inform people about OGT wherever volunteers manned tables in stores. We hope everyone enjoyed participating and will contribute…

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Singing Praise To The Lord For Shipment Received in Malawi

Singing praise and thanks for shipment of blankets, Bibles, flip-flops, new underwear, chairs, hygiene kits, medical equipment, bicycles, stuffed toys, backpacks and sewing machines with supplies from Mid-Atlantic Branch in West Grove, PA. Bishop Harvey with Christ Mandate for Missions Church in Malawi distributes the goods to many families living in poverty. They are especially…

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