Convoy of Hope's Global Impact
Highly regarded for their scalable distribution model, Disaster Services teams, six international warehouses and a mobile command center, Convoy of Hope are 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 non-profits, donors & volunteers who make our work possible.
Why Convoy of Hope Responds
In 1998, Convoy of Hope responded to their first disaster - flooding in Del Rio, Texas, after tropical storm Charley. Since then, they have responded to hurricanes, typhoons, ice storms, earthquakes, tornadoes, wildfires and floods in the United States and throughout the world.
Convoy of Hope's Goal
To give people help and hope in times of great need. Already, they have responded to more than 280 disasters and have had the opportunity to bring food, water, ice, emergency supplies and long-term solutions to families reeling from tragedy.
Convoy of Hope's Impact
- 282: International and domestic disaster responses to date
- 2,048: Loads of relief supplies that have been distributed to people facing disaster
- 565,184: Total Disaster Service volunteer hours
- 40,661: Disaster response volunteers to date
- 1,559: Local churches and organizations that have been involved in disaster responses
For more information about Convoy of Hope and their Disaster Services, click here.