Hope Now To Be Featured

On November 4th, 2017 Hope Now For Youth will be featured in the Fresno Bee’s insert, Giving To Our Community.  Be sure to check your paper, or purchase one at a newsstand.

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No Gang Banging Here

When they could be on the streets causing trouble, instead they’re at our place.  We are developing caring relationships and helping young men become responsible citizens.  Thanks for your support and prayers.

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Hope Now Sponsor of Golf Tournament

Hope Now was a tee sponsor for the Fresno Rescue Mission Healing Hearts Golf Tournament. (Pictured by sign) Executive Director Roger Feenstra and Board of Directors vice-chair, Franklin Spees. Other team members included, Director of Program and Discipleship, Bryce Naylor and Hope Now supporter, Nick Allen.

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We Can Help With Odd Jobs

Is there something you have been wanting to get done, but haven’t had the time? Did you know we can help you around your home with odd jobs? Hundreds of satisfied people have used the services of young men enrolled in our Program. Hope Now youth may be able to help you. Call our office […]

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We Love Our Volunteers

Deja Riel is helping us around the office this month! She is working to streamline our mailing list process. Deja is performing data entry which will reduce the cost of our monthly newsletter mailings. Deja’s husband Sona, completed our Hope Now program over a decade ago. He works for the County of Fresno in the […]

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Charity Golf Tournament Gift

Hope Now For Youth was selected as the charity for the United Valley Insurance team which participated in the Chubb Insurance Charity Golf Tournament. The team came in fourth place and presented us with a check for $1,100. Thank you United Valley Insurance!

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New Year, New Expectations

A new year is supposed to bring expectations of better days, but for many young men, a life of hopelessness is all they can see. The idea of a job is impossible to imagine, and the thought of even trying seems futile and pointless. In fact, one of the greatest characteristics we see in the […]

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Looking Forward

A couple of years ago his 2-year-old brother was killed in a drive-by shooting. Two weeks ago his teenage sister was gunned down by rival gang members. It is not a season to be jolly for this young man. A high school dropout and a Bulldog gang member, the odds are stacked against him. Yet, […]

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