This week, Convoy of Hope celebrated its team of volunteer truck drivers by hosting an appreciation dinner.
Because of these volunteer drivers, Convoy can deliver relief supplies amid disaster, and communities in need receive vital supplies by the truckload. They play an essential role when it comes to Convoy of Hope’s impact.
The dinner highlighted some major milestones from last year. Volunteer drivers distributed 4 million meals packed at an Iowa event, delivered 2.5 million pounds of supplies in Fort Myers following Hurricane Ian, and helped with hundreds of deliveries to Ukraine.
The caravan of trucks that regularly travel to disaster zones and other communities of need is an inspiring sight. They carry relief supplies like groceries, hygiene kits, and other necessities — but most importantly, they carry hope.
Since 1994, Convoy of Hope has used borrowed pickup trucks, donkeys, tractor-trailers, airplanes, forklifts, skidsteers, boats, and good old-fashioned human power to deliver relief to some of the hardest-to-reach places on earth. When the need is great, Convoy finds a way.
To volunteer for Convoy of Hope’s driving team, click here.
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