It’s been weeks since Hurricane Dorian hit the Bahamas, but Convoy of Hope’s teams are still on the ground meeting needs. They’ve served thousands of people, and their work isn’t done yet. Teams are still distributing product and more is en route.
Meanwhile, Tropical Storm Imelda has devastated southeast Texas, with rain totals of nearly four feet in some areas. Emergency supplies – including food, water, and hygiene items – are on their way.
Please consider donating to help with these and other ongoing disaster relief efforts around the world.
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.
Since 1994, Convoy has served 115 million people in 126 countries, served 327 million meals, and mobilized 622,000 volunteers in the United States.