The Convoy Of Hope Rolls Into Mountain Home, Providing Some $1 Million In Goods And Services In A Single Day

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Neighbors Help Neighbors Take First Step in Path Out of Poverty

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Mountain Home community volunteers from local nonprofits and for-profits will host hurting neighbors as honored guests for a “poverty-free day” with The Convoy of Hope .


Thousands of Mountain Home residents—many America’s “working poor”—receive some $1 million in goods and services in a single day and lasting solutions to needs such as groceries, dental and medical screenings, kids zone activities, haircuts, portraits, athletic shoes, clothing, car seats, back-to-school supplies, job fair, prayer time and spiritual guidance, live entertainment with free lunch and more.

This community event is one of dozens of stops along a 50-state, $50 million tour of hope and help for the 46 million Americans currently living in poverty—the largest number on record.*


Saturday, August 4, gates open at 10 a.m.


Baxter Country Fairgrounds; 1507 Fairgrounds Dr. Mountain Home, AR (Map)

Media/Vendor/VIP Parking and Check-in: Check in at the command center and enter through the volunteer entrance. (Event Parking Pass Vendor/Media/VIP)


  •     Profile Mountain Home-area residents
  •     Interview local families benefiting from poverty-free day
  •     Speak with national leaders from Convoy of Hope
  •     Press kit materials and high-res photos of the national tour available at

Jeff Nene
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Lewis Godby

*Associated Press, 2011

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