A nonprofit organization

A holistic mentoring program for fatherless boys, we partner with their mothers to provide a stable and consistent environment, rich with Godly male leadership. Boys enter the program in elementary school and are a part of the formal curriculum until their high school graduation. We teach these young men accountability to staff, their families and their teachers. They learn how to properly greet others, the benefits of truth and the satisfaction of always giving their full effort.

Our Needs

HOPE Farm is in need of financial support to help cultivate a future and a HOPE to young, fatherless boys enrolled in the Leadership Development Program.

We endeavor to guide these young men to become contributing members of society breaking the cycle of fatherless families. The Leadership Development Program is the umbrella that is inclusive of all programs offered at HOPE Farm that point toward this goal. These programs include mentoring, tutoring, character-building, education and career development, health and life skills, the arts (piano and choir), recreation (exercise and nutrition) and a Biblical component. The boys begin the program as young as five years old and remain through high school graduation. We emphasize the importance of developing a contributing citizen by instilling honesty and accountability. HOPE Farm helps Farm boys grow academically, socially and spiritually.

Because we do not take any governmental funding, we are supported primarily by individuals, churches, foundations, and private businesses. We believe that we are in a crisis created by fatherless-ness and need to address the problem and invest now in the lives of these fatherless boys rather than later to incarcerate men who believe there is no consequence for their actions.


HOPE Farm is a leadership program guiding boys to become Christ-centered men of integrity.

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Religion/Spiritual Focus, Youth & Children, Education - K-12

Operating Budget

$1,000,000 - $2,999,999

Counties Served

Dallas, Tarrant

BIPOC Serving

Black or African American

BIPOC Leadership

Both the Executive Director/CEO and Board Chair


865 E. Ramsey Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76104



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