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There Is Much To Do In Louisiana

Orphan Grain Train is sending aid to hurting families in Louisiana.  Hurricane Laura mangled power lines, downed trees, blew off roofs and destroyed houses and buildings for miles.  On September 10, OGT delivered and set up a bedroom and shower unit at Trinity Lutheran Church in Sulphur, Louisiana.   These will be used by volunteers cleaning up and repairing the damage.  OGT also delivered a portable power unit, two pallets of bottled water and three dehumidifiers to Sulphur, Louisiana.  There is a lot of clean up and reconstruction to do.  Please continue to pray for the families effected and for those rebuilding the region.

Orphan Grain Train will continue to assist families effected by hurricane Laura for the long term.  This was a massive storm with miles and miles of destruction.  If you would like to help support OGT’s relief efforts then please contribute to OGT’s Domestic Disaster Relief fund.

Together we can make the difference.

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Categories: Current Relief Efforts, Disaster Relief, Domestic Aid

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