My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Matthew 25: Ministries Inc, Cincinnati, OH, USA
I became involved with M25M six years ago when they came to Brownton, WV(rural community) on their first summer mission trip. My children attended Mt. Vernon school where M25M holds a summer camp for the students every year & provide much needed improvements to the school. Since that first summer I have volunteered every year to help with this mission trip they organize for our school. M25 also provide winter coats for all Mt. Vernon students through donations made by Cintas. Many of the students at Mt. Vernon would not have a good winter coat if M25M did not bring them down every fall. Most of the students have a smile from ear to ear & do not take off their coat, hat or gloves all day(one year it was extremely warm but they still wanted to keep them on!) M25M also bring Christmas gifts for all the students every year that myself & fellow "elves" wrap for Santa to pass out!! If you could see the look on students faces when they open their gifts it is priceless! My family has had the privilege to tour the M25M facility couple of times & every time I am blown away by everything they do around the world!! My oldest daughter was able to go on Haiti mission trip in 2011 with M25M where they visited 5 orphanages to provide vaccines & other care to the children. It was an amazing opportunity for her & she has been on other mission trips but seen the most results from charity that M25M provides. Mr. Mettey's vision for M25M is amazing to take what most companies would disregard and collect, sort and distribute to need people all over the world wow pure genius!! Take a look at what M25M is all about and I think you will be just as impressed with this great group of visionaries as my family has! God bless and have a wonderful day!
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