Thursday, January 27, 2011

Record Year for Matthew 25 Ministries in 2010!!



Today I had to do a post to brag on my dear hubby a little bit!  He works so hard at what he does so I had to share!  As you may or may not know, my husband, Tim is VP of Matthew 25 Ministries here in Cincinnati, Ohio.  M25M does disaster relief and humanitarian aid and gives to the poorest of the poor.  They do great things!  Visit their website at www.m25m.org and check them out for yourself when you get a chance!
This is my husband in Haiti helping at one of the orphanages.


Anyway, on to their record year!  Here is some info about 2010 for M25M:
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The final (unaudited) numbers for 2010 are in, and we did even better than we reported in December. Matthew 25: Ministries had a record year, indeed.  
  • In total, we shipped 581 truckloads of aid to the poorest of the poor.
  • These containers carried 13 million pounds of desperately needed products to people in need here in Greater Cincinnati, throughout the U.S., and to 18 international locations.
  • We had 22,000 volunteers give of their time.
  • We had 88 new corporate donors.
But here's the truly important number: With your help, Matthew 25: Ministries reached 14.5 million people in 2010. Wow! Thank you for your support and for making all of this work possible. 
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After you read more about Matthew 25: Ministries, you will see how great they are, so if you were wanting to find somewhere to donate to this year, please consider giving to Matthew 25!  You can donate right online and if you live in the Cincinnati area, you can also donate your time by volunteering!

Here is a little button I made to show my support for Matthew 25: Ministries!  If you decide to support them too, please feel free to grab this button to use on your blog!  Thanks!  :)


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1 comments:

Amy in Ohio said...

That is terrific! Matthew 25 did so much for New Orleans after Katrina - it is a real gem of Cincinnati.