Convoy of Hope is Responding to Hurricane Laura Ahead of the Storm Making Landfall

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Convoy of Hope is pre-positioning several truckloads of disaster relief supplies to provide immediate assistance to storm survivors.

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Convoy of Hope's fleet of trucks deploy in response to Hurricane Laura.

“With staff and supplies in close proximity, Convoy of Hope's Disaster Services team can respond quickly when needed," says Jeff Nene, Convoy of Hope’s national spokesperson.

Convoy of Hope's Disaster Services team is responding to Hurricane Laura, the first major hurricane of the year. The nonprofit organization is pre-positioning several truckloads of disaster relief supplies to help communities in the storm’s path. Convoy of Hope is sending truckloads of food, water, hygiene supplies and cleanup kits and will distribute them once the storm has passed.

Jeff Nene, Convoy of Hope’s national spokesperson, said, “With staff and supplies in close proximity, Convoy’s Disaster Services team can respond quickly when needed.”

Convoy of Hope is prepared to distribute disaster relief supplies at a drive-thru point of distribution site. They will also deliver supplies door-to-door in neighborhoods affected by the storm.

To follow Convoy of Hope’s response, visit convoyofhope.org.

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