Convoy of Hope is on the Front Lines Responding to the Destruction Caused by Hurricane Michael

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Convoy of Hope is positioned and ready to serve the communities in and around Marianna, Florida. Up to 50 additional truckloads of supplies are en route to help Convoy’s disaster response teams and provide supplies to those affected by the storm.

Convoy of Hope Responds to Hurricane Michael

“Cars and families are already lining up at our distribution site for supplies and resources. Convoy is here, and we plan to be a source of help and hope to Florida as they recover from Hurricane Michael,” says Jeff Nene, Convoy of Hope’s national spokesperson.

Convoy of Hope’s Disaster Services Team is currently in Marianna, Florida — one of the hardest-hit communities. Convoy of Hope has a distribution site set up to serve hurricane survivors with water, food, baby products, hygiene kits, flood buckets, tarps and trash cans.

  • Up to 50 additional truckloads of supplies are in motion to Florida.
  • Convoy’s walk-up and drive-thru distribution site is open.
  • Food, water and other disaster relief supplies available.
  • Volunteers are helping bag food and supplies to pass out.
  • Convoy will begin mobile distribution in surrounding neighborhoods.

“Cars and families are already lining up at our distribution site for supplies and resources. Convoy is here, and we plan to be a source of help and hope to Florida as they recover from Hurricane Michael,” says Jeff Nene, Convoy of Hope’s national spokesperson.

To follow Convoy’s response, visit convoyofhope.org. Live phone or Skype interviews are possible from our distribution site.

About Convoy of Hope
Convoy of Hope is a faith-­based organization with a driving passion to feed the world. With a long history as an early responder in times of natural disasters, Convoy of Hope has been a Four Star Charity as recognized by Charity Navigator for 15 consecutive years. Convoy of Hope has served more than 100 million people since it was founded in 1994. For more information, please visit convoyofhope.org.

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