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Bringing Christmas Cheer to Fort Collins, Colorado

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Through the generosity of partners and supporters, Convoy of Hope spread hope to hundreds of people this weekend in Fort Collins, Colorado. More than 1,100 people received groceries, shoes, socks, haircuts, hygiene kits, toys, and more.

“It’s a privilege to help people, especially this time of year,” said Kirk Noonan, Vice President of Convoy Nation, a movement of kindness with Convoy of Hope. “We are seeing lots of smiles here today and we love to be part of it.” 

The Convoy Nation event took place at Fort Collins for the annual Winter Wonderland experience. Guests of Honor were grateful to receive this kind of help around the holidays. More than 260 families received bags of groceries, a family photo, and took home a toy or two for Christmas — free of charge.

Throughout the event, volunteers met with families in need and offered support for those facing difficult seasons. Your generosity allows Convoy of Hope to continue bringing hope to people in need.

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Convoy of Hope was invited to take part in an outreach Friday in Uvalde, TX, the site of an unthinkable shooting in May. With volunteers from Tree City Church, a tractor-trailer of goods was distributed to the community, bringing hope for this school year. http://h.ope.is/3PjQWmg