Human care includes everything we do as individuals or as an organization that demonstrates the love of Jesus to others.
Our Mission is Service: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are a few pointers about saving stamps:
• Buy and use commemorative stamps, since they are worth more than common stamps.
• Save all cancelled stamps.
• Place stamps on envelope in the upper right hand corner, allowing 1/4 inch from each edge.
• Stamps need not be trimmed or removed from envelopes.
• IF trimming from envelopes, leave at least 1/4 inch around stamp. Sorting into categories or weighing is not necessary. Do not soak off!
P.O. Box 1354
Kyle, TX 78640
Orphan Grain Train is a 501c3 Nonprofit Christian volunteer network that shares personal and material resources with needy people in America and around the world. Grain Train volunteers gather donations of clothing, medical supplies, food, Christian literature, and other aid to meet real needs. The Orphan Grain Train movement is a loving response to Jesus Christ’s example as a servant and His love for us. For more information visit their website, ogt.org.
For a complete list of items to donate or to donate monetarily, go to www.ogt.org/donate.
Collection sites in Texas:
OGT Highland Lakes of Texas (Genesis Lutheran Church)
15946 Hwy 29
Buchanan Dam, TX
Bring donations Tuesday mornings 9 am–noon
Contacts: Myrna Choitz at OGT-HLTX@Outlook.com or call Byron 512-755-4703
Volunteers are needed on Thursdays to sort and pack items.
Trinity Klein Lutheran Church
5201 Spring Cypress Rd.
Bring donations during church office hours, Monday – Friday 8 am – 4:30 pm
Contacts: Jennifer Kiel, email@example.com or Neville Symons, firstname.lastname@example.org, 281-376-5773
Both locations accept donations all year long.
PLANO - Lutheran World Relief Ingathering at Messiah Lutheran Church, Plano reports 1,638 boxes were shipped on Saturday, April 27. Priscella Reid, Site Chairman, thanks everyone who sewed, gathered, packed and helped us Saturday. A special thank you to the Faith Lutheran High School students for participating with energy, joy and even song on Saturday. We thank Triton (comfort dog) for stopping by as well. To God be the Glory for a very successful event.