THE SECOND ANNUAL HOPE FEST IS OCTOBER 13, 2018
Together, Hope Fest raised over $230,000 in its inaugural year.
Hope Fest and its Host Committee would like to thank everyone for their generous donations at last year's inaugural year. Through the generosity of our 30 sponsors along with more than 500 guests and donors, Hope Fest was able to exceed its expectations and raise over $230,000.
This year we will be supporting Connecting Points of Park Cities - an incredible organization and much needed day program for adults with special needs; Cornerstone Achievement Center - a school for children with special needs; The Huckleberry Foundation - an organization providing financial assistance to families with special needs children; and Majesty Outdoors - a charity bringing awareness to the fatherless epidemic.
We could not be more excited for this year’s headliner, Cory Morrow. He sells out shows across Texas and he will be joining us for Hope Fest this year! Doors will open at 4 p.m. with bands playing throughout the evening.
hope fest 2018 is benefiting four amazing charities:
Connecting Point of Park Cities is an organization that provides impactful day programs for adults with special needs.
The Huckleberry Foundation
The Huckleberry Foundation for families with special needs is a nonprofit foundation that provides financial assistance to families with special needs children as well as local organizations that support special needs individuals.
Cornerstone Achievement Center was created to provide individualized and group educational services in a nurturing, supportive, and faith-based environment. With a team-oriented focus, Cornerstone gathers input from parents, teachers, previous testing, and assessment tools to help design the best possible curriculum.
Majesty Outdoors is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, whose work is focused on bringing awareness to the fatherless epidemic in our society and enacting real life change in our communities related to the growing Fatherless Generation.