The boys at HOPE Farm, who range in age from 5 to 18, enter the front gate in all different shapes and sizes and possess a variety of special gifts and talents. The one bond they share is that none of them have a father living in the home. Most of their fathers chose to leave their families and lacked the courage to stand by their boys sacrificing a meaningful relationship with their sons. With the absence of a strong father-figure in their lives, the mothers, grandmothers, aunts, and other strong women in the family have chosen to have their sons benefit from the ministry of HOPE Farm.These moms partner with the leaders at HOPE Farm to raise their boys to the Godly men who are prepared to make a positive difference in their home, their school, their community, and, one day, throughout the world.
HOPE Farm believes that without a direct plan to find these fatherless boys who are searching for a male role model the we will all suffer. Gary Randle argues that as a society, we will pay one way or another- either now to prepare these boys for a bright future, or later, to keep them locked away so that they do not negatively impact our future. Either way, we pay.
HOPE Farm is an active community partner. Through our annual events like the fall Festival, the Spring Basketball CLINIC, partnerships with the Fort Worth Symphony and the Van Cliburn Foundation, we are able to impact hundreds of community members each year. Consider partnering with us as we dream bigger than ourselves and sow the seeds for the future.