Convoy:Women

Unlocking Her Strength & Dignity

What We Do

Convoy:Women is a sisterhood that advocates for the women and girls Convoy of Hope serves.

Whether through hosting an event, raising support, or sharing on social media, we are standing up for our sisters around the world. It’s our joy to empower women and girls to live independent lives free from the grip of poverty. If you’re interested in joining Convoy:Women, click here.

2020 Women’s Empowerment + Convoy: Women Overview
35,314

Women & Girls Empowered in 2021

64,282

Women & Girls Empowered Since 2010

16

Countries With Women’s Empowerment Programming

$25

Enrolls a Girl in Girl’s Empowerment for One Year

$300

Provides Seed Capital for One Woman To Start a Business

$1,000

Enrolls One Woman in Women’s Empowerment

How We Work

Empowering women. Strengthening communities.

Join the Change Her Story campaign.

Link arms with other women and change lives one penny, nickel, and dime at a time.

Learn More About Change Her Story

Convoy:Women Events

Gather women in your circle of influence — whether in your home, church, or business — and make a difference for women in need.

Host an Event

I threw a luau and set up a giving table for Convoy of Hope. Instead of birthday gifts, we had invitees give a donation. We raised over $800!

Sarah
California

Advocate on social media.

Use your social media platforms to help empower women.

Resources

Explore Convoy:Women resources.

Digital/Print Resources

Statistics on Women and Girls
Women’s Empowerment Digital Booklet
Change Her Story Flyer
Women’s Empowerment Brochure
Convoy:Women Story Cards

Women’s Empowerment Videos

Esther

Married at 16, Esther’s options for her future were very limited. But with a little help, she has changed everything.

Janet

From a childhood of abuse to a successful business owner, Janet has transformed her life.

Erika

As the owner of a thriving salon, Erika looks back at the difficult path that led her to a new life.

Sitota

Single mother, Sitota, decided to keep the child she was carrying and learned to support herself.

Teru

After her husband passed away, Teru joined Convoy of Hope’s Women’s Empowerment program.

Matilda

Everyday, she’s up before the sunrise to open her business. Now Matilda and her son are thriving.

Join Convoy:Women

Interested in joining us?

Fill out the form and we’ll get in touch with you about Convoy:Women. You will receive a welcome gift and monthly email updates with stories of empowered women and girls.

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