It’s already snowing for some of our volunteers across parts of the Midwest. Which means it’s time for us to start planning this year’s Christmas trip to the White Earth Reservation — and we’d love for you to join us! Every year, the Pine Point Community Council sets aside money
We brought the HFtFN experience to our friends, family and supporters in Chicago for our first fundraising dinner on Saturday, July 20, 2019, at Porto’s Peri Peri. Weren’t able to join us? You still can watch the livestream and donate online at hopeforthefirstnations.com.
Hope for the First Nations is excited to invite you to our first annual fundraising dinner. Friends have been after us to host a fundraising dinner for some time, but it never felt like us. We’re not exactly a fancy dinner crowd. We’re more of a dollar burger night crowd.
UPDATE (7/9/19): Chi miigwech! Thanks to your generosity, Amanda’s birthday fundraiser ended up raising $500 — more than double its goal! Want to get Hope for the First Nations treasurer Amanda Docter a gift for her birthday? Amanda is asking for donations to HFtFN. Here’s why, she posted on Facebook:
Our Hope Camp in Elbow Lake continues to grow! We welcomed more than 100 children and teenagers each day to this year’s camp to learn together about Jesus, the real superhero. Follow updates from the trip here.
Exercise is medicine. These words are on the wall of the gym at Pine Point School on the White Earth Reservation in Minnesota, where I’ve volunteered with Hope for the First Nations for the past 20 years. I don’t like medicine. I really don’t like to run. But my sister
Hope for the First Nations just earned a 2019 Silver Seal by adding information to our Nonprofit Profile on GuideStar. Now our community members as well as more than 10 million GuideStar users can find out more about our mission and programs. Plus, we’ve provided fresh information to 200-plus charitable
O come, o come, Emanuel! From Dec. 20 to 23, 2018, seven Hope for the First Nations board members and volunteers will celebrate Jesus’s birth on our Christmas trip to Pine Point.
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.