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Two Organizations in Kentucky Grateful for Aid Delivered

New England Branch volunteers loaded 5,150 pounds of various foods, sewing machines, toys, blankets, tools, furniture, household items and clothes for two stops in the Appalachian Mountains of Kentucky. The first stop was Manna from Heaven, which is a mission that helps families struggling from high unemployment and poverty. The second delivery went to Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) which helps families in 12 states. Thank you, donors and volunteers, for delivering these wonderful gifts to our brothers and sisters in need.


Categories: Domestic Aid

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