MSCA Partners with the Convoy of Hope for Tenth Year

May 23, 2019

MSCA has partnered with Convoy of Hope since 2010 to deliver supplies to families in need who live in cities where the association holds its annual conference. This partnership has resulted in the donation of over HALF A MILLION DOLLARS in food, goods, labor, and equipment that benefit individuals and families nationwide.

At this year’s MSCA19 educational conference, members will perform various activities at the Springs Rescue Mission. Springs Rescue Mission was Convoy of Hope’s local charity of choice at MSCA 2011 and MSCA 2015, and was selected again this year due to their growing impact on their community. Their services include providing critically needed food, clothing, and household supplies to the homeless and struggling families as well as culinary arts and addiction recovery programs and life skills training.

Please help us to reach our monetary donation goal of $50,000 to fund our Convoy activities at MSCA19, which will be held October 13—16, 2019 in Colorado Springs, CO.

See our 10 year history!

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