Convoy of Hope Continues to Help Individuals Affected by Camp Fire


Fires burn toward the pacific ocean as seen Friday, Nov. 9, 2018, from a helicopter over Santa Monica, Calif. Flames driven by powerful winds torched dozens of hillside homes in Southern California, burning parts of tony Calabasas and mansions in Malibu and forcing tens of thousands of people — including some celebrities — to flee […]

SPRINGFIELD, MO. – The Camp Fire has become the deadliest wildfire in California’s history. The fire has killed at least 56 people, and it’s expected this number will increase as search efforts for more than 130 missing people continues.

Convoy of Hope has deployed multiple truckloads of supplies to help support individuals who need help during this difficult time. Convoy is working with local partners and churches to distribute the supplies to shelters, individuals, and neighborhoods through their distribution hub in Chico, California.

According to Convoy of Hope’s National Spokesperson, Jeff Nene, Convoy is committed to providing resources for weeks to come and says, “We have responded with water, food, cots, blankets, hygiene kits, cleaning supplies and masks. Convoy is committed to provide resources and help for the foreseeable future.”

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