Let’s take a look back at HFtFN’s Year in Review. Thanks to you, it wasn’t all bad.
Get a sneak peek at the items you’ll be able to bid on as we add them to our auction website. When we hosted our first fundraising dinner last year in Chicago, we planned to make it an annual event. But COVID-19. Like everybody else, we’re getting creative this year to
With everything that’s happening in the world, Hope Camp is going to look a little different this summer. We’re excited to announce our first-ever Hope Camp Online, coming June 22-26 to a Facebook page near you! We’re making plans now with the teams from our camps in Elbow Lake, Pine
UPDATE: Thank you for answering the call! Amanda Docter and Tracy Riensche shared that we were collecting homemade face masks to send to the White Earth Nation, and Geory Sikkink and Janeanne Severson of Living Life Reformed Church in Firth, Nebraska, made all 38 of these masks. We’ve heard from Tammy Edmonson Bumgarner
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.