Response Updates

Disaster Response Overview: Delivering Emergency Relief Amid Historic Severe Weather

USA Reported by Convoy of Hope

June 14, 2024 | 11:51 a.m.

Since April 25, Convoy of Hope has been on the front lines delivering emergency relief to communities that have experienced severe weather events across the United States. Your support is urgently needed. With your help Convoy has already:

Conducted 15 emergency responses.

Delivered 2+ million pounds of vital supplies delivered.

Served over 100,000+ people in 49 communities across 11 states, including Montana, Nebraska, Iowa, Texas, Florida, Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Michigan,  and Tennessee.

Disasters have ranged from water crises and flooding to tornadoes and other severe wind events.

Your support can make a difference. Join us in helping Convoy of Hope continue their life-saving work. Click on the individual responses below to donate or find more information.

Current Responses

Dallas Straight Line Winds
Houston Derecho Response
Tallahassee, Florida, Severe Weather
Portage, Michigan, Tornado Response
Barnsdall, Oklahoma, Tornado
Louisiana Tornado Response
Ohio, Indiana & Arkansas Tornadoes
Arkansas, Oklahoma & Missouri Tornado
Greenfield, Iowa Tornado Response
Annapolis, Missouri, Severe Weather
Columbia, Tennessee, Tornado
Houston Flooding Response
Oklahoma, Nebraska & Iowa Tornadoes


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