Convoy of Hope Serves 10 Million Meals, But Won’t Stop There
“Groups and businesses are more concerned about helping people than they are receiving credit or making an extra buck.” —Hal Donaldson
SPRINGFIELD, MO. — April 30, 2020 — In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Convoy of Hope has distributed more than 10 million meals to hundreds of hard hit communities across the nation. But the organization plans to keep its fleet of tractor-trailers rolling to meet a growing demand for food and emergency supplies.
“At our distribution sites, the line of cars is often stretching 2 miles,” said Hal Donaldson, Convoy of Hope president. “Lots of people have lost their jobs, and children don’t have access to school lunch programs. We’re hearing heart-wrenching stories and seeing lots of desperate faces.”
Thanks to the generosity of corporations, churches and individuals, many families are receiving much needed help, Donaldson said. “This is a united act of compassion, where groups and businesses are more concerned about helping people than they are receiving credit or making an extra buck. We’re seeing compassion in action on a large scale.”
Convoy of Hope is a faith-based, nonprofit organization with a driving passion to feed the world through children’s feeding initiatives, community outreaches and disaster response. Visit convoyofhope.org to donate to their response.