Fort Worth, TX
Founded: 1990
Current Status: Member
Member Since: April 27, 1998
ECFA accredited organization

Financial Data
   Cash Donations $1,559,845
   Noncash Donations $35,280
   Other Revenue $6,110
   Total Revenue $1,601,235
   Total Expenses $1,580,075
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
Total Assets $5,640,949
Total Liabilities $40,074
Net Assets $5,600,875

Data for year ended August 31, 2017
Per the organization's financial statements

Contact Information
Fort Worth, TX
Tel: (817) 926-9116
Fax: (817) 926-4747
Website: http://www.hopefarmfw.org
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HOPEFarmINC/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/HopeFarmInc
Top Leader: Mr. Gary A. Randle
Donor Contact: Victor Neil

Ministry Description
HOPE Farm seeks to serve boys who are growing up in a home without the benefit or presence of a father. HOPE Farm forms a mutual partnership with the caregiver, usually a single mother, grandmother or foster mother, so as to develop and execute a life plan for success by positively developing mind, body and spirit, for the caregiver and the child starting as early as age five.

Our academic program emphasizes collaborations between HOPE Farm staff, parents and school personnel. The program reinforces reading, language arts, mathematics and science. Our teaching staff also discern learning differences in some students and recommend testing and placement in appropriate learning environments (e.g. school that only takes students with learning differences). Your support will help prepare and equip these children for higher learning after graduation from high school.
Our Leadership Development umbrella is inclusive of all other programs. The program helps boys become responsible citizens and prepares them to lead today’s society. This includes the musical arts (piano, choir), leadership opportunities, character development, social skills development, vocational and college preparatory assistance. Your financial support will help equip these students to advance to higher learning and serve the community through various avenues of service.
Boys are taught to perform as a choir, practicing weekly during the school year and performing at local athletic events, recitals and other venues. They are a part of the Bass Hall's Beethoven Buddies that provides opportunities to attend concerts at Bass Hall.
Stimulate interest in science, technology, engineering and math by providing unique opportunities for our students to have hands on experiences in each of these academic venues. This includes projects done in collaboration with the local Museum of Science & History as well as field trips designed to broaden their capacity to learn and enjoy S.T.E.M. subjects.

Ministry Sectors
  • Children & Youth

  • Ministry Types
  • Youth (primary)