Convoy Of Hope

I’m a big fan of Convoy of Hope. They provide timely humanitarian need in time of disaster, giving people a tangible picture of the compassion of Jesus.

A couple of huge miracles

  1. Convoy Of Hope had just restocked their warehouse in Haiti just before the earthquake hit.
  2. The COH warehouse wasn’t damaged during the earthquake.
  3. A couple of missionaries in the Dominican Republic had just secured passes to travel back-and-forth from the D.R. to Haiti. This made them a great resource to be able to take supplies and workers into Haiti.

You can see a video update from COH president Hal Donaldson. You can also donate to COH here.

Our church took a special offering for Convoy of Hope on Sunday. I’m glad we can help in this way.

3 Responses to “Convoy Of Hope”

  1. Matt Love Says:

    Amen! Our partnership with Convoy of Hope in Haiti is supercharging our US and Dominican missionaries’ abilities to respond to those in need.

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  2. Craig T. Owens Says:

    UPDATE —

    “In only one week Convoy of Hope has distributed more than 294,296 meals and installed 30 water purification units. At least 1 million pounds of food and relief supplies are also in the pipeline for delivery.”

    You can read more here.

    You can also follow COH’s updates on Twitter at @ConvoyOfHope.

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  3. Craig T. Owens Says:

    UPDATE —

    @ConvoyofHope You can now text CONVOY to 50555 to donate $10 to our Haiti Relief Efforts. $10 = 50 meals.

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