A hungry child around the corner, a devastated community across the country, an earthquake on a nearby continent, or a tsunami a world away-these are the events that get Convoy Of Hope moving. Moving to bring relief, comfort, food, shelter, medical supplies, and so much more. Disaster victims may only be able to sit and stare in disbelief at the shards of their shattered lives, but for Convoy Of Hope, the greater the need, the greater the response.


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Considered a "first responder" in disaster relief, Convoy Of Hope has impacted the lives of nearly 16 million people. In 2006 they were active in 26 countries and held 43 outreach events in the U.S. In the past 14 years, they have given away over $100 million worth of food and supplies to people in need and have mobilized more than 200,000 volunteers and over 5,000 organizations to offer assistance to families in need.

Training churches and groups to conduct community outreaches, respond to disaster, and build supply lines for the poor and hurting in communities, Convoy of Hope is seen as a beacon of light for many struggling to survive catastrophic events. Since 1994, Convoy of Hope has been working internationally and locally with victims of natural disasters. Distributing free groceries, holding job fairs, providing health and dental screenings, giving free haircuts, and setting up activities for children, Convoy is at the top of the line when it comes to outreach events.


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HQ Address:

330 S. Patterson
Springfield, MO 65802 USA





Countries of Presence:

Georgia, Cuba, Haiti, Kenya, El Salvador, Panama, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Indonesia, Pakistan, Sudan, Ecuador, Philippines, Honduras, Chad, Mexico, Guatemala, Uganda, India, Costa Rica, Venezuela, United States

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