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Haiti Earthquake Relief

Jason Inman
Jason Inman campaign leader

Provide Help and Hope for Tsunami and Earthquake Victims

Committed to meeting needs 

Since Japan was hit by a massive earthquake and tsunami, Convoy of Hope’s Disaster Response team has been working around the clock to meet the needs of survivors.

“We’ve deployed a team with 100 water filtration systems and have wired funds to in-country partners for the purchase of emergency food and supplies,” says Hal Donaldson, president of Convoy of Hope. “Because of the radiation threat our team diverted to the Philippines where they are making preparations to ship food and supplies into Tokyo.”
  
Convoy of Hope partners in Japan are asking for blankets, tents, food, water and more. Because of the size and scope of the disaster, adds Donaldson, the need for food and supplies will be ongoing.

“Fortunately many individuals, and corporate and ministry partners are lining up behind us, offering to help,” says Donaldson. “We are committed to meeting needs in Japan for many months to come.” 

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