FREMONT, NE (News Channel Nebraska) – Tide Loads of Hope came to Fremont Monday to help those affected by historic March flooding with washing their clothes.
In a news release from Tide parent company Procter & Gamble, the two locations in Fremont and Bellevue are meant to help families, individuals and first responders in need of personal care items, cleaning products or laundry services.
These services are provided in partnership with Matthew 25 Ministries, an international aid and disaster relief organization based out of Ohio.
Tide Loads of Hope launched in 2005 to provide laundry services to families affected by Hurricane Katrina. Since that time, Loads of Hope has washed more than 70 thousand loads of laundry for more than 50 thousand families impacted by disasters across the U-S and Canada.