A huge shout-out and thank you to all the amazing members of the Rotary club and especially to the organizers of the LobsterFest in Boise premarin dosage. They organized a beautiful beautiful fundraiser and so many people gave towards the essential food and power bills here at Hope House. It brought tears to our eyes... Read More
WORK PROJECT NEED (Sept 19, 2016): Fall Fences. We need about ten hardworking men to assist Ron with getting all the permanent field fences in place. We have all the materials with the exception of workers. If you are or know of a church group, Rotary group, or older scout members, we could get most... Read More
This weekend we bid goodbye to one of the highlights of our summer, the Sowers. They come every summer in their RVs and trailers and stay for 1-3 months. They hang out with us, do repairs, and generally make themselves useful everywhere. Many of the long-term Hope House family have made very close friends among... Read More
Hello all! Sorry for the long silence. Summer has been good and busy, so blogs, when written, will be short and to-the-point premarin dose. The girls’ volleyball team had their first game yesterday. JV won, but Varsity lost in a very close game. The girls showed amazing sportsmanship, however, and really came together as a... Read More
This Friday, the Hope House family, plus some Colorado family, witnessed the marriage of two Hope House kids, Christian and Talitha. They both graduated Hope House, went on to missions work for awhile, and were hired back as staff. Both are well-loved, efficient helpers around campus and are very obviously well-loved. View wedding pictures here.
This week marks the start of the much-anticipated visit from our Colorado family! This group flooded our campus last weekend, bringing cheer, VBS, and all-around fun. All this week, they will be hosting a VBS for the kids and participating in campus life. Every year, the visit from the Colorado family is one of the... Read More
This weekend, Hope Christian Academy held their graduation for 7 seniors. It was a happy cry event, as the students expressed their appreciation for the people who had helped them get to this point. Teachers and students seem to have an extra special relationship at Hope House. Many of the graduates never really thought they... Read More
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