Convoy of Hope is a faith-based, international, humanitarian relief organization strategically based in Springfield, Missouri—the crossroads of America. Its goal is to bring help and hope to those who are impoverished, hungry, and hurting.
As an ARC Resource Partner, Convoy of Hope partners with, provides resources for, and empowers churches through training, mentoring, and coaching to enhance their presence in local communities.
When COVID-19 first appeared, Convoy of Hope did what it does best—respond to disasters. And during the past several months, the pandemic has proven to be nothing short of a disaster. Between the effects of the virus itself and the resulting economic impact, people across the United States and around the world are suffering.
Early on in this crisis, Convoy of Hope launched what it calls the 10 Million Meals initiative. Through this project, the organization’s aim was to supply partners, churches, and community organizations with 10 million meals for distribution across the United States, to help feed people in this time of great need. Convoy of Hope not only met this goal, but greatly surpassed it. To date, Convoy of Hope has helped to deliver more than 50 million meals across the United States in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
By partnering with churches and other organizations, in communities big and small, Convoy of Hope has continued to meet disaster head on and empower their partners to make a difference across the country.
To learn more about Convoy of Hope and how it partners with churches to make a global impact, visit convoyofhope.com.