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"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, Co-Founder and Executive Director, H.O.P.E. Farm

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Doors: A Short Story by Desmond Dukes

Desmond Dukes is a Next Level H.O.P.E. Farm boy who attends All Saints Episcopal School of Fort Worth. He is a Sophomore who is active in choir and upper school theater. He wrote the following short story for the Saints Review, All Saints’ Literary Magazine, and he was kind enough to let us share it here as … Continue reading


Van Cliburn Competitor Performs at H.O.P.E. Farm

  On February 20th, Cliburn in the Community joined with H.O.P.E. Farm Music Director Becky Ringer and Chesapeake Energy to bring 2009 Cliburn competition competitor, Spencer Myer, to H.O.P.E. Farm’s Morningside campus. Throughout the year, the Cliburn Foundation presents multiple concerts to schools and organizations in the Fort Worth area.These special performances are presented free … Continue reading


Basketball C.L.I.N.I.C. Coming March 10th and 11th!

It’s time again for the annual H.O.P.E. Farm 2014 Spring Break Basketball C.L.I.N.I.C. When: On the first two days of Spring Break. Monday and Tuesday, March 10th & 11th 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Who: 1st thru 8th Grade Boys Where: H.O.P.E. Farm Family Life Center (Gym) 701 East Ramsey Ave. Ft Worth TX 76104 (corner of I-35 … Continue reading


FWISD is Closing Early Due to Inclement Weather

H.O.P.E. Farm will be closed Today Thursday the 6th due to the closure of FWISD and Tomorrow Friday the 7th due to a FWISD waiver day. Please call the office with any questions 817-926-9116. http://www.fwisd.org/pages/FWISD/News/FWISD_release_Students_Early


The Father Factor

Fatherhood.org calls it the “Father Factor,” but no matter what you call it there is an epidemic of fatherlessness in our country. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 24 million children in America—one out of three—live without their biological father in the home. Have you given thought to what implications the lack of a father in the … Continue reading