This was created by Matt Hasselblad, a former Hope House kid.
Matthew came to us 1998. After being adopted from Russia, things weren’t working well with his family, and he came to stay at Hope House at the age of 10. He was highly energetic, intelligent, and got bored easily. Like many children at Hope House, he was also diagnosed with an attachment disorder. During high... Read More
Today was the first track meet of the year for the Cross Country team! We met at Borah High and Hope House students participated in the long jump, the 1500, 100, 50, and 3000 meters, and the relay browse this site. Several of the students showed their incredible athleticism and all the hard work and... Read More
This weekend, the Cross Country team (plus a few others) participated in a 5K and 10K in Boise. Nate P, one of our staff, wrote this about it: 1) Today, we took the kids to a 5K and 10K. It was called Cause + Event: Boise. People were raising money for our kids. Their pain... Read More
Spring is coming, and as the Idaho sun starts to show its face, we’ve been able to get out more, have spring break, and start looking forward to summer! Spring break was a good mix of cleaning up the campus and some fun activities. This week we’re having a group called “Thirst,” here, they’re volunteering,... Read More
Tonight is the first performance of this year’s drama class! They are performing “The 3 Questions,” an adaptation of Leo Tolstoy’s classic, “America’s Idols,” about Christians and American idolatry, and “Survival,” about peer pressure and true friendship. The first performance starts at 7 PM. There is also another set of performances next week. <a class="gdlr-button... Read More
Hope House Christmases are amazing. Certain members of the community just pour out their hearts and give to help make sure the kids have a good Christmas. And, in the end, both the kids and the volunteers get more out of it than they could have ever imagined. So to those of you who made... Read More
Aug. 8, 2015 – Hope House was awarded the Hope Award by WORLD magazine, and a cover article. For the full article, head over to the worldmag.com article. MARSING, Idaho—’Twas the night before graduation, and all through Hope House, everyone was bustling—maybe even a mouse. But one graduate-to-be tossed and turned all night because her... Read More