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Convoy of Hope Responds to Disasters

As a faith-based, nonprofit organization, Convoy of Hope helps empower others to live independent lives — free from poverty, disease, and hunger. Convoy of Hope is a trusted ministry partner of WCIC.

Tropical Storm Barry has officially formed in the Gulf of Mexico and is expected to strike the Louisiana coast late Friday night or early Saturday morning. Hurricane watches and storm-surge warnings are in effect. Flooding has already occurred in many parts of the state, including in New Orleans.

Help Provide Relief

Convoy of Hope is closely monitoring the storm and is prepositioning two loads of relief supplies that include food, water, and hygiene kits.

Please consider donating to this response and other ongoing disaster relief efforts around the world through WCIC.

Since 1994, Convoy has served 115 million people in 126 countries, served 327 million meals, and mobilized 622,000 volunteers in the United States.

Highly regarded for their scalable distribution model, Disaster Services teams, six international warehouses, and Mobile Operations Center, Convoy of Hope is consistently among the first to respond to disasters throughout the world. Millions of survivors have been helped thanks to the local churches, businesses, government agencies, other nonprofits, donors, and volunteers who make Convoy’s work possible.