is a faith-based, international, humanitarian-relief organization strategically based in Springfield, Missouri — the crossroads of America. Since being founded in 1994 Convoy of Hope has helped more than 65 million people who are impoverished, hungry and hurting.

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Our Impact Since 1994

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    67,596,598 67.6 m

    People served by Convoy of Hope since 1994. Learn More »
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    146,676

    Children enrolled in Children’s Feeding Initiative. Learn More »
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    444,636

    Volunteers mobilized to help children, families and survivors of disasters. Learn More »
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  • $440,084,321 $440.08 m

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Disaster Services

Hope
in every storm.

We are highly regarded for our scalable distribution model, Disaster Services teams, six international warehouses and a Mobile Command Center. Consistently, we are among the first to respond to disasters throughout the world. We have helped millions of people in the aftermath of disasters by working with and through churches, businesses, government agencies and other nonprofits.

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Hope takes teamwork.
  • National Breast Cancer Foundation
  • Procter & Gamble
  • Plum Organics
  • Home Depot
  • TOMS Shoes
  • Cargill

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Brian Nhira plays at Convoy of Hope Brian Nhira plays at Convoy of Hope

Brian Nhira visits Convoy of Hope

“My heart is arrested for #hope.”

Brian Nhira, a recent graduate of Oral Roberts University brought hope & inspiration to our team today. And thanks to our incredible leadership, we also scored Brian’s EP, titled HOPE.

Brian just returned from Zimbabwe where he toured for a month inspiring children and locals to never stop dreaming, even when hope is gone.

He’s currently recording his debut album, HOPE’S STAND and is looking for contributors to make it happen. Visit Brian Nhira’s site to listen in and learn more.

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Cyclist John Strathdee, 17, is competing in cycling races around the country in support of feedONE, a Convoy of Hope initiative. Cyclist John Strathdee, 17, is competing in cycling races around the country in support of feedONE, a Convoy of Hope initiative.

Racing for hunger

Cyclist John Strathdee, 17, is competing in cycling races around the country in support of feedONE, a Convoy of Hope initiative.

“This support allows me the opportunity to meet people and hear their stories,” Strathdee says. “I consider myself blessed to be able to hit the road most weekends, spreading the message of feedONE.”

FeedONE supports Convoy of Hope’s Children’s Feeding Initiative in 11 countries.

Take a look at John’s racing schedule for the rest of the summer!

July 8, 22 (Tue)​ Springfield, Mo.
July 10 (Thurs)​​ Gardner, Kan.
July 12-13 (Sat, Sun) ​Nev.
July 19-20 (Sat, Sun) ​Ill.
July 29 (Tue)​​ Arkansas
August 2, 3 (Sat, Sun) ​Pittsburg, Kan.
August 5 (Tue)​​ Springfield, Mo.
August 9 (Sat)​​ Centralia, Mo. (State TT)
August 10 (Sun)​​ Jefferson City, Mo. (State Crit)
August 14 (Thurs) ​Gardner, Kan.
August 23-24 (Sat, Sun) ​Sedalia Crit/Ottervile, Mo. RR
Aug 29 – Sept 1​​ St. Louis, Mo. (Gateway)

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“Where liberty dwells, there is my country.”

-Benjamin Franklin

Thank you for partnering with us to give independence and freedom to people facing the chains of extreme poverty in the USA and throughout the world. Please enjoy your freedom and have a safe and wonderful Independence Day with your loved ones this July 4, 2014. 

This Independence Day, give peopleFREEDOM

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