Convoy of Hope

Springfield, MO

Founded: 1985

Tel: (417) 823-8998


Top LeaderMr. Hal Donaldson

Donor Contact: Mr. Jeff Nene

Member Since: June 26, 2001

Financial Data

   Cash Donations $78,574,123
   Noncash Donations $283,975,106
   Other Revenue $6,779,295
   Total Revenue $369,328,524
   Total Expenses $344,213,239
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
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Total Assets $109,705,169
Total Liabilities $20,364,269
Net Assets $89,340,900
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Convoy of Hope is striving to change lives and alleviate pain by engaging churches and organizations in a partnership of compassionate efforts. By providing resources such as food, relief supplies, and a unique distribution system, Convoy of Hope has seen thousands of volunteers mobilized to meet physical and spiritual needs - making their communities a better place. We channel our efforts here in the U.S.A. and around the world through three crucial areas: community outreaches, disaster responses, and supply lines to front line, compassion ministries. Through these compassionate partnerships, people are empowered for a lasting impact, year after year, into eternity.

Convoy of Hope mobilizes resources and trains churches and other groups to conduct community outreaches, respond to disasters, and direct other compassion initiatives in the United States and around the world. Convoy of Hope, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, serves in the United States and around the world providing disaster relief, building supply lines, and sponsoring outreaches to the poor and hurting in communities.
With millions of children going hungry and lacking access to clean drinking water each day, we focus heavily on providing the basic necessities of life to those in need. Currently, Convoy of Hope is expanding its feeding initiatives to more than 100,000 children in seven nations. We also provide clean and safe water, teach community leaders agricultural techniques, and help provide healthy living environments and education.
Hurricane Dorian's sheer force crumpled cars, smashed homes, and knocked down trees all over the Bahamas. Floodwaters rose so quickly that it trapped many residents on top of their houses. Members of Convoy of Hope’s International Disaster Services team deployed to the islands early this morning, taking solar lanterns and water filters for immediate distribution. The team will work with partners, based in Nassau, to assess needs and respond accordingly.
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