Response Updates

Volunteer Knows Impact of the Meals She Helps Pack

USA Reported by Convoy of Hope

“It’s not just doing something [for] one hour or two hours,” Cat Krepinevich said. 

Cat is a dedicated volunteer with Convoy of Hope and is passionate about delivering hope anywhere it’s needed. “Whether you realize it or not, you are making an impact … we’re really reaching the world.”

Cat and volunteers like her play an indispensable role in the work Convoy of Hope does. From disaster response, to community-wide events, strategic feeding programs, and everything in between, volunteers multiply hope. They increase the impact Convoy of Hope has in the lives of people we serve and partner with.

Click here to learn more about how you can volunteer with us to change lives around the world.


Today, we're dedicating the new Regional Distribution Center in Sacramento, California. It has already been instrumental in our responses this year in helping survivors of wildfires in Hawaii, Washington state, and Canada. We're excited! 🥳