Matthew 25 Ministries Continues to Provide Aid to Dayton Area

Matthew 25 Ministries is continuing its long term efforts to help victims of the deadly tornadoes in Celina and Dayton, Ohio until Sunday, June 9th.

Their Disaster Response Team is distributing water, food, personal care products, and ice among other aid products to those in need at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds (645 Infirmary Rd. in Dayton) and in affected neighborhoods.

They'll also be providing laundry services with their Tide Loads of Hope Mobile Laundry Units at the following locations and times this week. (There is a limit of 2 loads of laundry per household. All washable items, with the exception of heavy bedding, will be accepted.)

· Home Depot 5200 Salem Ave, Dayton, OH 45426
Times: 9am – 5pm (or until 200 loads of laundry are collected each day.)

· Northridge Wesleyan Church 1842 Neff Rd, Dayton, OH 45414
Times: 9am – 5pm (or until 100 loads of laundry are collected each day.)

Both locations will also do some product distribution.


Donations will also be accepted at the Montgomery Fairgrounds for disaster victims.

For hours of operation go to https://m25m.org/disaster/daytontornadoes19/.

For those interested in volunteering to assist with disaster relief at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds, please fill out the registration form at https://m25m.org/disaster/daytontornadoes19/.

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