OPERATION GOD IS LOVE (OGL)
Bringing Hope to the World
Operation God is Love is a charitable initiative devoted to making the world a better place through various outreaches in the city of Columbus. This is our 7th year of feeding the hungry, helping the homeless, and supporting world missions.
Together, we can make a difference in the world for generations to come. Read more about our work and learn how you can make a difference today.
What We Do
Advocating Change & Helping People
OGL is a service initiative dedicated to helping those in need. With the dedication of our volunteers and partners, we strive to improve the lives of those who need help within the community. We have monthly backpack outreach to the homeless, support a local free clinic by providing volunteers, support various full-time missionaries, and have recently served in efforts to end human trafficking here and abroad.
Contact us to see what you can do to bring about positive change.
Homeless Backpack Outreach
Feeding the Hungry
Monthly OGL supplies backpacks that are full of water, food, socks, toiletries, and necessities to the homeless in central Ohio. In the winter season, OGL supplies gloves, coats, blankets, hand warmers, and scarves.
Helping Victims of Human Trafficking
Freeing the Captive
One of our goals is to ensure that the most vulnerable are protected and rescued from human trafficking. Our recent Cambodia mission focused on helping children and women trapped or rescued from human trafficking. Contact us to learn more.
Free Clinic Support
Helping Our Neighbors Below the Poverty Line
OGL provides volunteers for a local free clinic which provides medical, dental, and chiropractic services for immigrants, those without adequate health insurance, and the poor.
Go Into All the World
Part of the mission of OGL is to serve the least, last, and lost overseas. We partner with missionaries on the ground to fulfill their mission to serve the least in the community. OGL also participates in overseas short term missions. Our recent trip was to Cambodia (Fall 2018). South Africa is planned for 2020.
“Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see”