Let’s take a look back at HFtFN’s Year in Review. Thanks to you, it wasn’t all bad.
Honestly, we told you you wouldn’t want to miss our #GivingTuesday virtual event. Since we couldn’t meet together in person for a fundraising dinner this year because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we invited you to bring your own dinner and let Hope for the First Nations board members Ricky
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
UPDATE: Little Joel and Little Ricky scootered past our fundraising goal for the 2018-19 fiscal year! Thank you for your donations, both big and small; for your prayers; for your time; and for your encouragement. You are an important part of the HFtFN family, and we couldn’t do what we do
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:
UPDATE: Miigwech and wow. We can’t believe your encouragement and generosity. HFtFN President Emily Miller ran the kilometers, but you got her to her $1,000 fundraising goal for her Run for Hope. Thank you once again for giving and for helping us partner with the people of the White Earth
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
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.