Looking for ways to help folks during the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey but can’t physically be in Texas? Consider donating to Convoy of Hope, a non-profit organization that provides relief in times of natural disasters, food for the hungry, and educational programs where there are none.
COH teams have been in Texas since Friday, providing Disaster Relief and handing out food, water, and hygiene products to those in need. In fact, COH has already given away more than 1/2 million pounds and they’re still bringing in truckloads to provide relief during this natural disaster!
If you’ve followed my blog for any amount of time, you’ve probably seen my posts about COH and my love for this non-profit organization. I first learned about COH in college, when they came to Raleigh, and volunteered with them by passing out bags of groceries to every person who came to a community event they held in the downtown area. A few years ago, right out of college, I had the pleasure of working for a food manufacturing company, who awesomely enough, manufactured the food for COH’s children’s outreach. This past year, Convoy came back to North Carolina, on the western side of the state, and I drove 3.5 hours to volunteer with them and bring hope to a desperate county that is one of the top five counties in NC for opiod usage.
Convoy does a lot of good in the world.
They tend to be one of the first humanitarian relief organizations to disaster sites. They provide food to hungry children. They teach woman skills needed to provide for themselves and their families. They teach agriculture so communities can step away from poverty and grow food for themselves via farming.
Convoy of Hope BRINGS hope wherever they go…including Texas.
If you’d like to donate, click on any of the photos in this blog post to be directed to my fundraising page. All the proceeds you donate go directly to Convoy of Hope’s Hurricane Harvey Response.
Thank you for your support! Thank you for your prayers! May we be the hands and feet of Christ during this time.
This is not a paid ad or endorsement. All photos are taken from Convoy of Hope’s Website or Facebook page. All monetary transactions are between the donator and Convoy of Hope.