Civic organizations, churches, businesses, and government agencies come together at Convoy of Hope’s Community Events to bring help and hope to families in need. Together, they offer a menu of free services to each and every Guest of Honor.Donate Now
What We Do
The needs in neighborhoods are real.
So are the solutions.
Guided by the Guest of Honor principle, Convoy of Hope Community Events deliver groceries, health services, haircuts, family portraits, career services, shoes, and much more — all at no charge.
At the event, I was happy for my parents, because I knew it would take a lot off their shoulders.
New York City
By the numbers.
The poverty line varies with how many people are in a household.
Single-person household: $12,760
Two-person household: $17,240
Three-person household: $21,720
Four-person household: $26,200
According to the Census Bureau, 11.8% of people were living below the poverty line in 2018. That’s 38.1 million people in the United States.
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Gift of Hope
Hope starts here.
With the help of local partnerships and loyal volunteers, Convoy of Hope Community Events are bringing communities together.
Guests of Honor
Thousands of Guests of Honor experience a day filled with free food, services, and hope. The heart and soul of every Community Event is compassion. To ensure everyone can be served:
- All event goods and services are free.
- All are welcome regardless of race, gender, economic status, etc.
- No ID is required.
Convoy of Hope works with local leaders and stakeholders, forming partnerships that build the foundation for Convoy’s Community Events. Partnership with local governments, organizations, and churches make for a successful event. See below for some of the goods and services available at Convoy of Hope’s events.
- Career services
- Veterans services
- Medical services
- Family portraits
- Kids’ Zone
- Home gardening kits
Volunteers are an important part of every Community Event. Convoy of Hope engages with community members to build a volunteer base, establish a customized plan, and carry out the event. The volunteers at Convoy’s events:
- Bag groceries to distribute.
- Welcome and direct guests.
- Operate the Kids’ Zone.
- Fit guests with shoes.
- Make and deliver lunches.
- Provide event security and information.