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GUIDING AT-RISK BOYS TO BECOME CHRIST-CENTERED MEN OF INTEGRITY

Since 1989, you have helped us serve over 250 at-risk boys and moms in Fort Worth, breaking the cycle of fatherless families... There is still work to be done!


our approach

HOPE Farm's Approach

We all have a role to play in building thriving families and communities.

OUR ROLE

Boys + Moms

Mom's Resource Program

Our ministry also focuses on the depth and process of developing our Moms.

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Become A Sponsor

Invest in what God is doing in Fort Worth to teach our boys to be Godly men.

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HOPE – Helping Other People Excel

We have a new online look!

HOPE Farm addresses issues the world is facing right now by providing a variety of activities for inner city boys while also providing opportunities for personal and professional growth for Moms. We have recently updated our online experience with this in mind!

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Real Impact

  • Gold is gold, no matter where you find it. The children in this community are gold, they just need to be given a chance.
    Mr. Gary Randle
  • HOPE Farm sows the word of God to harvest men of God. HOPE Farm is a game changer.
    Mr. Noble Crawford
  • I love each and every staff member for they all deposited something wonderful in me and my son!
    Ms. Shillette Busby
  • The boys are bright, funny and a joy  to be around. Each time I'm at HOPE Farm I'm reminded of what really matters – happy successful futures for these boys.
    Ms. Leah Overcash

Stories, updates and more from HOPE Farm

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Thank You Moms

On behalf of the staff at HOPE Farm, I would like to thank the moms who got together Monday night and threw an appreciation dinner for our …

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KAA

In 1978, Joe White of Kanakuk Kamps, Inc., the largest family of Christian sports camps in America, started giving the last week of Kamp in …

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WANTED: Boys Who Matter

Wes Moore’s book The Other Wes Moore: One Name, Two Fates, tells the story of two different boys with the same name who grew up in the inner …

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