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Tennessee tornadoes: Matthew 25: Ministries, P&G trucking in disaster relief

Matthew 25: Ministries, an international humanitarian aid and disaster relief organization in Cincinnati, Procter & Gamble and other partners including Cintas will provide relief services to Tennessee in response to the deadly tornadoes that hit the Nashville area late Monday and early Tuesday.

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P&G and Matthew 25: Ministries will deploy with a panel truck loaded with P&G personal care product kits, household cleaning supplies and additional items such as Pampers diapers, Charmin toilet paper and Tide Pods.

The team will also deploy an additional panel truck loaded with supplies including tarps, shovels, garbage bags and Cintas First Aid and Safety Kits.

The Duracell PowerForward truck loaded with batteries and charging stations will also accompany the team.

The team will begin distributing supplies throughout the affected areas beginning Thursday, March 5.

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Matthew 25: Ministries accepts cash, credit card and internet donations for ongoing disaster aid and humanitarian relief programs.

Donors who would like to designate their financial gifts for Tornado Relief may do so by writing “Tennessee Tornadoes” in the memo line of their check or by typing it in the “in honor of” field of our online giving form. Please mail checks to Matthew 25: Ministries, 11060 Kenwood Road, Cincinnati, OH 45242.

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Matthew 25: Ministries officials said 100% of donated funds designated for Tennessee Tornadoes will be used for the purpose intended.