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Dover Post
  • OGT, local churches help Philippine typhoon victims

  • Orphan Grain Train Mid-Atlantic Division, headquartered in Malvern, Pa., along with two Delaware churches, is gathering funds to support those effected by the devastation in the Philippines.
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  • Orphan Grain Train Mid-Atlantic Division, headquartered in Malvern, Pa., along with two Delaware churches, is gathering funds to support those effected by the devastation in the Philippines.
    Orphan Grain Train CEO and staff were able to sit down and visit face to face with the board chairman for Kids International Ministries (KIM), which is the organization that distributes Orphan Grain Train (OGT) food and other relief supplies in the Philippines.
    Orphan Grain Train is shipping more than 200,000 Mercy Meals. More shipments are planned, which will include food and other needed supplies.
    If anyone would like to assist, donations can be sent to Sandra O'Hedy c/o Peace Lutheran Church, 5048 Wheatley's Pond Road, Smyrna, 19977; Roger Hazzard, c/o St. John's Lutheran Church, 113 Lotus St., Dover, 19901; Orphan Grain Train Mid Atlantic Division, 89 Line Road, Malvern, Pa., 19385.
    Checks should be made out to Orphan Grain Train Mid Atlantic Division and marked Philippines on memo line.
    For more information: ogt.org.
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