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Giving Tuesday Now

Today is #GivingTuesdayNow — a global day of giving and unity addressing the needs caused by COVID-19. All around the world, people are using today as an opportunity to leverage the power of generosity to remain connected, heal, and help others.

As Convoy of Hope continues to supply millions of meals to those hit hardest by the pandemic, you can join us by supporting our Beyond 10 Million Meals initiative. We’ve made it easy with these digital assets you can download for free. You can also start a Facebook fundraiser, give online, or just be extra kind to others.

However you decide to go “beyond” today, know it will make a difference in the lives of those we serve.

Be sure to spread the word and share with us on social media! You can follow Convoy of Hope on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram – @ConvoyofHope!

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This Giving Tuesday, share one day's wage to help those in need through Convoy of Hope! This Giving Tuesday, share one day's wage to help those in need through Convoy of Hope!

Join Convoy on Giving Tuesday

November 27 is Giving Tuesday! This international day of generosity is an excellent way to kick off the giving season. It’s also a great opportunity to share how even “One Day” of giving in your life can change every day for those in need!

“One Day to Feed the World” is Convoy of Hope’s campaign that asks people to give one day’s wage to help provide nutritious food, clean and safe drinking water and much more to those in need.

Work one day. Give that day’s wage. It’s that easy.

On Giving Tuesday, consider giving one day’s wage to help people in need all around the world through Convoy of Hope.

Click here to give your “One Day.”

One Day Toolkit:

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Share Graphic 1 – Your One Day of Kindness
Share Graphic 2 – I Support Convoy of Hope
Share Graphic 3 – I’m Working One Day
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feedONE Fights Hunger on #GivingTuesday

#GivingTuesday is a global day of giving fueled by the power of social media and collaboration. During a season when Black Friday and Cyber Monday steal the headlines, Giving Tuesday gives us the opportunity to give back.

This year, our children’s feeding initiative, feedONE, is uniting people around the world to help 785 kids at Coeur Joyeux Meilleur School in Haiti win the food fight. These kids come to school every day eager to learn but often times hunger robs their focus and concentration.

According to the World Food Programme, 2.5 million Haitians live in extreme poverty and struggle to find enough food each day. For just $10 — the price of a pizza or movie ticket — you can provide a child with nutritious food for an entire month!

When children have the proper amount of nutrition, they are able to focus in school, have energy to play and just be a kid. Hunger and poverty are two very prevalent issues we see around the world today. No child deserves to go hungry — especially during the holiday season.

Your generosity can help children in Haiti win the fight against hunger and poverty. Give back this holiday season and help end hunger by clicking here.

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#GivingTuesday is a global day of showing support and giving back. It’s a day for families, communities, coworkers and businesses to come together with a common purpose: celebrating generosity.

A great way to take part in #GivingTuesday is to participate in Limitless — which we think is a great reminder to the world that giving is the true spirit of the season.

When you take part in Limitless you’ll see every dollar you give doubled!

Double your impactDonate Today

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Hezzy and Monet are proud to receive brand new free school supplies at a recent Tacoma, Wash., community outreach. Hezzy and Monet are proud to receive brand new free school supplies at a recent Tacoma, Wash., community outreach.

Giving Tuesday with Convoy of Hope

At Convoy of Hope we believe in giving and today on #GivingTuesday we’re celebrating by asking you to believe in it with us. While this day has only been around a couple years, the concept of giving isn’t so new. Some pretty incredible people have made a big deal about giving.

“We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give.”
– Sir Winston Churchill

Here on our blog we don’t do a lot of asking people to make donations. We believe that if we tell our story, people will be compelled by their own generosity to join with us by giving.

So, here’s our story. At a young age, brother’s Hal, Dave and Steve Donaldson lost their father in a car accident that also left their mother badly injured. The sustaining generosity of neighbors and local churches that they experienced during that time inspired them to found Convoy of Hope in 1994. Since then, Convoy of Hope has served 62 million people in more than 100 countries through children’s feeding initiatives, community outreaches, disaster response and partner resourcing.

“Give and it will be given to you.”
– Jesus

Our story is all about giving. It’s friendly neighbors giving to a hurting Donaldson family. Then, it’s the Donaldson brothers giving groceries out of the backs of pick-ups in the early nineties. Very quickly our story grew to include volunteers and generous donors giving early on. In 2013 it’s been giving hope and helpful resources to guests of honor at 35 community outreaches across the U.S., giving education and start-up funding to empower women, giving agricultural education to thousands of farmers in Haiti, giving food and nutrition to 126,000 children in our feeding initiative and giving immediate relief and hope to survivors of 15 disasters all around the world.

“It’s not how much we give, but how much love we put into giving.”
– Mother Teresa

We’d be honored to have you visit our donation page to take part in nearly 20 years of giving hope this Giving Tuesday.

 

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