We couldn’t let Volunteer Appreciation Week pass without talking about Convoy of Hope’s incredible volunteers. In 2023 alone, Convoy’s Disaster Services team has mobilized more than 600 volunteers for over 3,000 hours.
Hands of Hope events are underway once again! These community service opportunities allow volunteers in and around Springfield, Missouri, to prepare relief supplies and kits at Convoy of Hope’s World Distribution Center.
Ralph Vasquez spent 45 years as an over-the-road trucker, working to make a living. Now, he’s doing it so others can receive much-needed food and supplies.
Disaster Services is prepared to respond.
Widely regarded for its scalable distribution model, Convoy of Hope’s Disaster Services teams are among the first to respond to disasters around 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.
Become a Disaster Insider and stay up to date with all the latest Convoy responses. Text Insider to 68828.
If your home church is interested in connecting with Convoy of Hope’s Disaster Services team to help respond and receive disaster preparedness training, please use the contact form below.