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Over the last month during its annual “Stuff the Truck” holiday drive campaign, Cintas Corporation employee-partners at the company’s Mason-based headquarters collected hundreds of toys and almost 500 pounds of canned goods, and non-perishable food items. Collected donations were delivered to Shared Harvest Foodbank in Fairfield, Ohio, and the Butler/Warren Counties Marine Corps Reserves Toys for Tots program.

“Our annual Stuff the Truck campaign is one of the highlights of our philanthropic calendar and our employee-partners here in Mason deliver on their generosity year in and year out,” says Michelle Goret, Cintas vice president of Corporate Affairs. “Cintas’ philanthropic goal is to support the communities in which we live, and our employee-partners take that to heart this time of year. We’re proud of their ongoing dedication to positively impacting our area.”  

In addition to the donations made by the company’s corporate employee-partners, Cintas’ field locations supported VALOR, the company’s military-focused Employee-Partner Resource Business Group, and held local toys drives around the country that also benefited Toys for Tots.

Through the company’s philanthropic program Cintas Cares, the company supports key charitable and not-for-profit organizations nationally with fundraising initiatives, monetary donations and in-kind giving.  

Shared Harvest Foodbank’s mission is to find, rescue and distribute food to people living in poverty through an efficient network, uniting the public and private sectors to raise awareness of the impact of poverty. Shared Harvest supports and stocks more than 90 area food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters and similar non-profits in southwestern Ohio countries. It is also part of Feeding America, the nation’s largest hunger relief organization.

The Butler/Warren County Marine Corps Reserves Toys for Tots program helps almost 15,000 less-fortunate children in the two counties experience the joy of the holiday season that they may not have otherwise experienced without the care and kindness of the region.