Convoy is excited to announce for the fourth year that it is included on Forbes’ annual list of top 100 charities.
With more than 1.8 million nonprofit organizations registered in the U.S., it’s a huge honor to be among the top 100, and for the second time in the top 50. From ranking at 82 in 2019 to ranking at 43 this year, Convoy is so grateful to see this gradual growth over the years.
The Forbes list of top 100 charities assesses nonprofit organizations based on factors like charitable commitment and fundraising efficiency. Convoy of Hope has consistently received high marks in both categories.
The recognition Convoy of Hope receives from publications like Forbes is a direct result of those who actively choose to join Convoy’s mission — our one driving passion to serve those in need. Thank you for making a difference in the lives of those who need hope the most!
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