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Partnerships

At Convoy of Hope, we believe in the power of partnership. In response to your generous commitment, we want to make sure you knew that our team is ready to serve you and help you find the best way to get involved. Use the contact form to let us know if you are interested or would like to know more about the different opportunities. 

At Convoy of Hope, we believe in the power of partnership. In response to your generous commitment, we want to make sure you knew that our team is ready to serve you and help you find the best way to get involved. Use the contact form to let us know if you are interested or would like to know more about the different opportunities. 

Why PARTNER

No matter how big or small, every community matters because every person matters. We have the opportunity to innovate and create sustainable solutions not only in the Oceania Region but also right in your backyard.
Our team provides preparedness and resilience training for leaders and volunteers. We work to equip each individual with the wisdom and tools you need to partner with Convoy of Hope during a natural or human-made disaster and help your community become more prepared before you experience one.
 We can work with national, state, and local partners, like you, to provide immediate assistance through the distribution of relief supplies, such as food, clean water, hygiene kits and other needed items in both human-made and natural disasters.
No matter how big or small, every community matters because
every person matters. We have the opportunity to innovate and
create sustainable solutions not only in the Oceania Region but
also right in your backyard.
Our team provides preparedness and resilience training for
leaders and volunteers. We work to equip each individual with
the wisdom and tools you need to partner with Convoy of
Hope during a natural or human-made disaster and help your
community become more prepared before you experience one.

We can work with national, state, and local partners, like you,
to provide immediate assistance through the distribution of
relief supplies, such as food, clean water, hygiene kits and other
needed items in both human-made and natural disasters.

WAYS TO PARTNER

GENEROSITY

 

• Financially partner with us to create sustainable solutions in one area of what we do

• Gifts in kind, church missions budget, workplace employee giving and other donations

• Once-off disaster response donations

Initial designs for our Disaster Response Trailer

VOLUNTEER

 • Build kits with your community to prepare for a disaster locally and internationally

• Gather a team to serve at one of our local and international program centres as a field team

• Serve with your local community after a disaster

BECOME AN ADVOCATE

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JOIN THE CONVOY

We can’t do this alone. We’re so thankful that you want to join the convoy and help bring hope to the Oceania Region. We’d like to ask a few questions about you to help find the right partnership opportunity for you. Feel free to give as much or as little detail as you desire. After you fill the form out a team member will be in touch soon to talk about potential opportunities.

News & Stories

Disaster Services

COVID-19 Response

Convoy of Hope is responding to the Coronavirus outbreak across the Oceania region through our Hope in Every Home Response. Our focus is to deliver much-needed goods and necessities to individuals and homes in need. Our desire is that these hampers will bring a smile and a little hope in tough times.

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Agriculture

Regrow Response

The Regrow Response is a school children’s planting project that launched out of our 2020 bushfire response. The project will see a total of 34,000 tubestock cared for, nurtured and planted into pots and delivered to bushfire affected residents in New South Wales, Australia.

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Disaster Services

Rebuild Vanuatu

Convoy of Hope is responding again to storm damage that occurred on April 4th as Cyclone Harold hit Vanuatu as a Category 5 severe tropical cyclone.

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