Through our Rural Compassion Initiative, Convoy of Hope resources, empowers, and partners with rural churches through training, mentoring, and coaching. We believe their increased presence and partnership with local leaders will help strengthen and enrich their communities.



It’s the goal of Convoy of Hope Australia to serve the people of regional, rural and outback Australia as well as the Oceania Region by providing food, supplies, and humanitarian services. Also, where needed, we will mobilise response and relief to places experiencing natural disasters and subsequent programs that partner with local churches and organisations.

No matter how big or small, every community matters because every person matters. And where there is a need in these rural communities, we hope to play a part by partnering with local communities to bring sustainable solutions. 


"I’m consistently awestruck by the depth of poverty we see in rural towns. I’m equally inspired by the determination and grassroots solutions in those same towns."

STEVE DONALDSON Senior Director of Rural Compassion Initiative



Rural Compassion Initiative depends on partnerships with community leaders, local organisations, and churches in rural communities to reach out to those less fortunate.


By training, equipping, and empowering local pastors and community leaders to be more effective leaders in their communities, we believe lasting change will take place throughout the nation.

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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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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