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Convoy of Hope Alliance Expands Rural Work

December 8, 2012

Rural Compassion´s mission to serve rural communities will enhance Convoy of Hope

Springfield, MO (PRWEB) December 07, 2012

Rural Compassion, an organization dedicated to serving rural communities throughout the United States, recently aligned with Convoy of Hope.

“The alliance strengthens both organizations,” says Hal Donaldson, president of Convoy of Hope. “As we work together to serve our communities, we´re ensuring more people are helped through Convoy of Hope.”

According to Donaldson, Rural Compassion personnel will work on Convoy of Hope´s Global Initiative team, which focuses on feeding children, sharing expertise and knowledge in agriculture and soil development, logistics, transportation and distribution of food and supplies.

“For many years Rural Compassion has taken help and hope to the rural areas of the United States,” adds Donaldson. “Together we will utilize that foundation to continue to make a difference in the lives of impoverished children and hurting families around the country.”

Through the alliance, Convoy of Hope´s efforts to help those less fortunate in rural communities will be enhanced by the established relationship of the Rural Compassion network.

About Convoy of Hope

Convoy of Hope, founded in 1994, has a long history as a first responder in times of natural disasters and has been a Four Star Charity as recognized by Charity Navigator for nine consecutive years . Convoy of Hope, a faith-based organization, has a driving passion to feed the world through children´s feeding initiatives, community outreaches, disaster response and partner resourcing. Learn more at http://www.convoyofhope.org or follow us on Facebook or Twitter.

Contacts:

Jeff Nene, 417-851-4425

Mobile: 417-860-2196

National Spokesperson

jnene(at)convoyofhope(dot)org

or

Jeff Roman, 417-851-4483

Mobile: 417-942-7570

Public Relations Desk

jroman(at)convoyofhope(dot)org

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