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Convoy of Hope

Summary:  Convoy of Hope began in 1994 to feed the world through children’s feeding initiatives, community outreaches, disaster response, and strategic program partners. Convoy of Hope provides initial response teams, incident support, and long-term recovery solutions through its dedicated volunteer network, fleet of tractor- trailers, 300,000 square foot distribution center and on-the-ground partners. It also does community events, featuring resources such as free medical and dental screenings, haircuts, food, job placement assistance, entertainment, groceries, and connection to local churches and community organizations.  In addition, it creates sustainable solutions to help strengthen communities through agricultural initiatives, women’s empowerment education, and rural community involvement. Convoy of Hope aims to meet physical and spiritual needs for the purpose of making the community a better place.

MinistryWatch Financial Efficiency Rating:  3 Star (out of a possible 5 Stars)

MinistryWatch Transparency Grade:  A

ECFA Member?  Yes

Revenue in Most Recent Year Available (2019):  $200,214,313

Five-Year Revenue Trend:  Significant Increase  (About 53 percent change)

Percent of Revenue Convoy of Hope Spends on Fundraising:  9 percent 

Percent Peer Group Spends on Fundraising:  6 percent

President:  Hal Donaldson 

President’s Salary and Other Compensation:  $416,876

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Rod Pitzer

Rodney Pitzer, Certified Fraud Examiner since 2005, has worked for audit and investigative organizations, including Oregon Department of Justice's Charitable Activities, and being Director of the Oregon Board of Tax Professionals in 1999. In 2011 founded AVOWED.org, ministering to widows, elderly and the disabled, and now scheduled to plant a church in Corpus Christi, Texas.