Convoy is a village in the east of County Donegal, Ireland in the Finn Valley region. It is part of the county Barony of Raphoe. It is situated on the river Deele, and on the road from Stranorlar to Raphoe, from which latter parish it was separated in 1825, and formed into a distinct parish. At its north-western extremity is the mountain of Cark, 1198 feet above the level of the sea.
Convoy has a total population of 1438 according to the 2011 census. Convoy is home to a mixed religious community which is reflected in the schools and churches in the town. There is a Roman Catholic and a mixed primary school as well as a Roman Catholic church, a Church of Ireland and a Free Presbyterian Church of Ulster (which was opened by the founder Rev. Ian Paisley). There are no secondary schools in Convoy and local children tend to travel to Raphoe or Stranorlar for second level education.