Sacramento Convoy of Hope

Organization Description: 

The Sacramento Convoy of Hope is a collaborative effort between dozens of local churches, businesses, social service organizations, local government and Convoy of Hope, Inc—a 501(c)(3) non-profit humanitarian organization, serving in the United States and around the world, providing food for the hungry and relief for people in crisis.

The outreach will provide an estimated ten thousand people with a tangible message of hope—free groceries, health screenings, job fairs, haircuts, games and activities for children, and much more. All goods and services are provided to guests free of charge.

1524 Santa Ynez Way
Sacramento, CA 95816
Mission Statement: 

The Sacramento Convoy of Hope outreach is a special event designed to meet the physical
and spiritual needs of impoverished families in communities in the greater Sacramento region.
Corporations, civic groups, agencies and churches all come together to offer tangible hope to
people in need.
At the Convoy of Hope outreach, great care is taken to make each guest feel honored, loved,
and respected without regard to age, physical appearance or socio-economic status. Convoy
of Hope partners with local organizations and churches across racial and denominational lines.
Guests are introduced to these organizations and volunteers who can provide long-term
support, resources, and encouragement.
This partnership-based community event will activate approximately 1,500 to 2,000 volunteers

Organizational Statement of Faith: 

Thank you in advance for your consideration of our request. We believe November 5th will be a memorable day for Sacramento as the Community comes together to help meet the needs of those who are without basic needs and bring "hope" to many Sacramento residents who are in desperate need of love and hope.

Please make your check payable to Sacramento Convoy of Hope and mail check to Sacramento COH
1524 Santa Ynez Way Sacramento, CA 95816

Do You Require Formal Orientation Training for Volunteers?: 
Are more than one-third of the participants in your organization/programs low income (below 150% of the poverty level)?: 
Organization Affiliation: 
City/Metropolitan Area: 
Program Types: 
Organization Membership Type: