Matthew 25 Ministries prepares to send team to Texas

WCPOPublished: August 28, 2017
Published: August 28, 2017

Tim Mettey, CEO of Matthew 25 Ministries, said they’re accepting donations as they prepare to send a group to Texas. “When we get down there, a lot of groups will help and get in there. When we get in there, it rejuvenates the community ... we’re able to get them from the beginning stages of the disaster, to hopefully moving them to the end stage of getting their life back together,” Mettey said. About a dozen volunteers will go door to door to hand out tarps, cleaning supplies and first aid items, Mettey said. PHOTOS: Harvey slams into Texas coast “Personal care, cleaning supplies, first aid supplies, we take down food. The things they’ll need every day they use a lot of that they don’t have access to. Everything they need to get their life together while they deal with the devastation down there,” he said. Visit Matthew 25 Ministries' website to learn more about how you can donate money and supplies. Tim Mettey, CEO of Matthew 25 Ministries, said they’re accepting donations as they prepare to send a group to Texas. “When we get down there, a lot of groups will help and get in there. When we get in there, it rejuvenates the community ... we’re able to get them from the beginning stages of the disaster, to hopefully moving them to the end stage of getting their life back together,” Mettey said. About a dozen volunteers will go door to door to hand out tarps, cleaning supplies and first aid items, Mettey said. “Personal care, cleaning supplies, first aid supplies, we take down food. The things they’ll need every day they use a lot of that they don’t have access to. Everything they need to get their life together while they deal with the devastation down there,” he said. Visit Matthew 25 Ministries' website to learn more about how you can donate money and supplies.

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