Convoy of Hope
Convoy of Hope can be counted on to be on the scene when disasters, such as hurricanes and floods, strike our country and around the world. The organization is one of the first to arrive to help residents who have lost everything. It mobilizes quickly to distribute food, supplies and more during the first critical weeks after the disaster and serves millions of people every year through partnerships with local churches, businesses, government agencies, other nonprofits and incredible donors and volunteers.
Convoy of Hope’s World Distribution Center and corporate offices are located in Springfield, Missouri. Highly regarded for its scalable response and distribution model, the organization utilizes eight international warehouses, four domestic warehouses, a specialized disaster response fleet and a highly trained team of staff and volunteers to effectively respond to disasters. Most recently, Convoy of Hope has delivered more than 150 million meals in more than 3,000 communities all over the world in response to COVID-19 – and that’s just so far.
Stacy Lamb has been Convoy of Hope’s senior director of U.S. disaster services since 2012. His background includes both residential and commercial construction, as well as emergency services as a firefighter/EMT.
For more information about the organization’s humanitarian work, visit www.convoyofhope.org.