Mission: Hope House

MARSING, IDAHO

We serve the Hope House Group Home for at-risk children and adults with special needs.

What We Do

We come alongside the Hope House family of almost 60 “kids” and 30 staff and serve them through running a Vacation Bible School, Sports Camp, Construction Projects and an Appreciation Event. Every summer we send a team of about 40 men, women and children (at least six years old) to serve and build relationships with this wonderful community.

Upcoming Trips

June 8-14, 2018
Email us for more info on how you can get involved!

About Hope House

Hope House exists to provide a home for children between the ages of six (6) and eighteen (18) (and then those youth who turn eighteen prior to or during their senior year in High School) who are emotionally impaired, developmentally disabled, and/or come from disrupted adoptions or dysfunctional families. We serve children from all areas of the United States, although the vast majority come from the western United States. Children from other countries may be considered on a case-by-case basis. Hope House provides a home for those young people who may have “fallen through the cracks” of other governmental and/or private agencies.

Team Contact

Bill & Kirstin Evert
Hope House Mission Leader