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Sarah HartlandMay 1, 2017 12:00:00 AM1 min read

Help Provide $100,000 of Resources to Convoy of Hope

If you’re a Pure Flix member, every title you watch is more than a movie. That’s because this month we’re partnering with Convoy of Hope to deliver $100,000 in clothing, groceries and more to those in need in the United States.

What is Convoy of Hope? It’s “a faith-based, nonprofit organization with a driving passion to feed the world through children’s feeding initiatives, community outreaches and disaster response.”

In 2016, Convoy of Hope helped thousands of people in the United States and abroad. See how below:

How You Can Help

The exciting news is, if you’re currently a member, you’re already helping deliver more than $100,000 of resources to those in need right here in the United States. Your dollars are impacting culture and real lives.

Here's an example of just one family blessed by a Convoy of Hope event:

When you watch one of our thousands of titles on, it’s so much more than a movie.

Learn more about Convoy of Hope on their website. If you’re not a Pure Flix member yet, it is not too late to help! Sign up for your one-month free trial and help make your movie night meaningful for your family and so many others.


Sarah Hartland

Sarah Hartland knew she wanted to be a writer from the time she wrote her first short story in the fourth grade. By the time she was in high school, she had written two novellas and countless short stories. It was her love of storytelling that led her into marketing and media.

Sarah freelanced throughout her time at Colorado Christian University, where she graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration. At CCU, Sarah competed in speech and debate across the country, securing multiple awards and a national debate championship. She co-lead CCU's first-ever broadcast media program, CCU.TV, and served as the program's Student Producer during her senior year.

When she's not writing blog posts or editing a video, Sarah loves to swing dance, ski, travel, or visit her seven younger siblings in Montana.