Convoy Jumps to 35 in Forbes’ Top 100 Charities List
Reported by Convoy of Hope
For the fifth year in a row, Convoy of Hope is honored to announce its inclusion in Forbes’ annual list of the top 100 charities. Convoy first ranked on the list at 82 in 2019 and ranked at 35 this year.
With 1.5 million charitable organizations in the United States, Convoy is proud to be listed among the 100 largest, and for the third time in the first 50.
The Forbes list of top 100 charities goes beyond assessing nonprofit organizations’ size to include factors like fundraising efficiency and charitable commitment.
“As Convoy of Hope enters its 30th anniversary year in 2024, this recognition is a testament to all the people who have volunteered, partnered with, donated to, and supported Convoy of Hope,” said Convoy’s Ethan Forhetz. “Since our founding in 1994, Convoy of Hope has delivered more than $2.5 billion worth of relief supplies to more than 250 million people. That only happens because of the generosity of individuals, churches, and corporations who choose to partner with Convoy.”
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