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:
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
Invite your friends, have some fun, cross a few gifts off your Christmas list, take care of yourself and support a good cause. Hope for the First Nations President Emily Miller is hosting a Color Street party on Facebook this week with Holy Nails! by Abby. Abby graciously has agreed
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
Cross some items off your Christmas shopping list and help support a good cause! Bailey Yliniemi of Detroit Lakes, Minnesota, is a former Hope camper who now volunteers with Hope for the First Nations. Bailey is hosting a Thirty-One Gifts party through the month of November for HFtFN and graciously
About this time last year, I sent out an email about an awesome opportunity we have been given to help honor our dear friend Audrey Swan, who passed away in 2013. Ricky Smith, Jolene Craig and Hope for the First Nations have committed to sponsor a competition dance in Audrey’s
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.