Our Hope camps are underway on the White Earth Reservation in Minnesota, but we still have room for a few more volunteers in late summer. This is a rare opportunity to join the work of Hope for the First Nations: Each camp typically is run by a church with a long-term commitment
Summer is here, and that means so are our summer day camps. Here are the dates for each of this summer’s Hope Camps on the White Earth Reservation in Minnesota and links to more information about each camp: Rice Lake Hope Camp 9:30 a.m. to noon June 5 to 8,
A team of Lincoln Christian University students are heading up to the White Earth Reservation with us March 4 to 11, 2017, for a week of restoration. Catch up on updates from the trip using the hashtag #WeekofR on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
Happy #GivingTuesday! What’s that? Well, it’s like Black Friday or Cyber Monday… except instead of a day of getting stuff, it’s a day of giving back. Now in its fifth year, #GivingTuesday has become a movement that celebrates and supports giving and philanthropy with events throughout the year and a growing
We know, we know. We haven’t even celebrated Thanksgiving yet. But we’re already thinking about our annual Christmas trip to the White Earth Reservation. Hope for the First Nations is excited to celebrate Christmas with our friends on the White Earth Reservation from Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2016, to Sunday, Dec. 18,
From Hope for the First Nations Secretary Amanda Edwards: This summer we celebrated 10 years of Hope Camp in the village of Elbow Lake. More than 100 children came to our week-long camp in June at the Boys & Girls Club rec center. Our team from the Evanston Vineyard Church in
UPDATE (8/13/16): Miigwech (thank you) for your generous donations for the memorial contest dance in honor of our friend Audrey Swan! You gave more than $400, which helps so much toward the $500 in prizes we will award this weekend at the Pine Point Powwow. We pray Creator God will
Summer with Hope for the First Nations is for dance parties and community dinners and, of course, Hope Camp. Follow our 20th year of camps on the White Earth Reservation using the hashtag #HFtFN20 on social media.
Partnering with the people of the White Earth Reservation, Hope for the First Nations is building unity through relationships with individuals in the community and sharing the love of Christ in culturally relevant ways.