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Cintas Humanitarian Aid Processing Center a Reality at Matthew 25: Ministries

Facility Made Possible In Large Part By a Grant From Cintas And The Farmer Family Foundation
CINCINNATI , OH , April 8, 2005 - In recognition of their extraordinary generosity and consistent commitment to improving the lives of the needy worldwide, Matthew 25: Ministries will be dedicating the new " Cintas Humanitarian Aid Processing Center " on April 16 th , 2005 .

The Processing Center , which was made possible in large part by a grant from Cintas and the Farmer Family Foundation, is the heart-and-soul of Matthew 25's humanitarian operation. It serves as the centerpiece of the Center for Humanitarian Relief, Matthew 25's new 132,000 square foot home in Blue Ash, Ohio . Here, every item donated by corporations and individuals is evaluated, sorted and prepared for shipment to an area in need.

"The Cintas Humanitarian Aid Processing Center reflects our company culture and our employee-partners' commitment to making a difference," said Scott Farmer, Cintas President and CEO. "We are extremely proud to be partners with Matthew 25: Ministries and thank them for all of their great work."

Together, Matthew 25: Ministries and Cintas have positively impacted the lives of more than three million individuals across the US and worldwide. Since 1998, Matthew 25 and Cintas have been jointly responsible for shipping 6,677 pallets weighing 3,804,585 pounds - or more than 1,902 TONS of humanitarian aid to those in need.

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