COVID-19 Aid: Cintas Donates 100,000 Face Masks

Posted June 25, 2020 at 1:58 pm

Cintas Corp., Mason, OH, recently announced that it has donated 100,000 face masks to Matthew 25 Ministries, an international humanitarian aid and disaster relief organization headquartered in Cincinnati. The face masks will be distributed to organizations on the front lines of COVID-19 prevention, containment and treatment, according to a news release.

“We recognize that organizations’ need for PPE (personal protective equipment) remains ongoing, and we’re honored to leverage our long-standing relationship with Matthew 25 to provide much-needed supplies,” said Mark Carter, president and COO of Cintas’ First Aid and Safety Division. “We are proud to continue to do our part to support frontline workers and the community amid the COVID-19 pandemic because nothing is more important to a business than the health and safety of its employees and customers.”

In April, Cintas partnered with Matthew 25 Ministries to provide multi-pronged support to frontline workers, including PPE, first aid, safety and hygiene supplies. Cintas will continue to provide Matthew 25 with essential first aid and safety supplies for distribution to partners locally and across the U.S. as Matthew 25 continues and expands its COVID-19 response.

“We’re grateful for Cintas’ continued support to provide the most effective disaster response possible,” said Matthew 25 Ministries CEO Tim Mettey. “These critical supplies will help us meet healthcare and other health service providers’ immediate need for protective products.”

To read the full release, click here.