Convoy of Hope has delivered more than 200 million meals across the U.S. during our response to COVID-19. Thanks to you, families reeling from the health and economic impact of the pandemic have received food, water, cleaning supplies, and other relief items during this time of great need.
Darlington, South Carolina – Cars line up by the hundreds to receive food and other supplies at Darlington Raceway. Convoy of Hope is proud to have partnered with several NASCAR tracks around the country who supplied a place for community distributions.Darlington, South Carolina – A volunteer waves to those in cars as they receive food and supplies at a point of distribution. Darlington, South Carolina – Volunteers from Elevation Church direct traffic during a distribution event at Darlington Raceway. Houston, Texas – Supplying communities with cleaning supplies has become an important part of Convoy of Hope’s work around the country. Naperville, Illinois – Volunteers at Calvary Church hand-deliver relief supplies delivered by Convoy of Hope to those in need. Riviera Beach, Florida – Volunteers from Christ Fellowship Church work alongside local law enforcement officers to distribute COVID-19 relief. Tacoma, Washington – Volunteers at Surehouse Open Bible Church sort and pack relief supplies to distribute to their community. Los Angeles, California – Equipped with a truckload of food and supplies from Convoy of Hope, the LA Dream Center distributes hot meals and cleaning supplies to thousands of people needing help during the COVID-19 lockdown. Ozark, Missouri – Dozens of pallets of food and supplies are unloaded at James River Church to be distributed throughout their area. Red Oak, Texas – In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, volunteers at The Oaks Church load relief supplies, food, water, and cleaning supplies into vehicles. Rockford, Illinois – Convoy of Hope delivers relief supplies to a line of cars stretching more than 2 miles at City First Church. Riviera Beach, Florida – Local partners distribute food and supplies to a community hit hard by the economic impact of COVID-19. Colorado – In response to COVID-19, Convoy of Hope trucks have driven tens of thousands of miles across the country to deliver relief supplies. Stafford, Virginia – Convoy of Hope delivers diapers and other supplies to Mount Ararat Baptist Church. Volunteers then distributed the items to those in the community. Darlington, South Carolina – Volunteers from Elevation Church load hundreds of cars with much needed food and supplies in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.