Aid Convoy delivers humanitarian aid, and supports the victims of conflict and disaster in rebuilding their communities.

The Aid Convoy website uses a blog-style news feed to keep you up to date with our activities, in countries including Albania, Gaza, Kosova, and Ukraine. Within those country pages you’ll find links to stories about our work with hospitals, youth groups, refugee camps, schools, and a range of other projects.

Our projects are overwhelmingly run at a “grass-roots” community level, with the vast majority of decisions being taken in the projects themselves, and carefully targeted support from us where it is most effective. We provide training for volunteers, and our long-term aim is one we believe should apply to all charities: in the end, we should make ourselves unnecessary!

If you’ve not visited before, you may want to start with our page about Aid Convoy itself. There is also a section on how to get involved and support our work.

All stories (even about events which pre-date the creation of this site — including our old printed newsletters) are available in the archive, which can be accessed using the list of dates on the left of most pages (or the bottom, if you’re viewing this on a small-screened mobile device). We hope this will help anyone interested in looking back and following the progress of projects over time.