Hope Harbor does not take Funds from
Government Agencies for the Support of Our Children
Every so often a well-meaning Christian will voice his concern about making donations to Hope Harbor. “Hope Harbor doesn’t need our money. They get money from the government.” Please understand this: Hope Harbor does not take funds from the state or federal government agencies for the support of our children. This was an intentional decision, designed to give us the freedom to create a highest quality Christ centered program. If we take their support, we would be required to alter our program according to their desires.
Hope Harbor does not suffer when programs are cut at the state or federal level. And, we are not limited in sharing our Christian world view or in our provision of services. Today, we are strong. We can boast that 100% of our support comes from private sources like concerned Christians and amazing churches.
Please continue to support Hope Harbor. We cannot exist and do the work with children and families without your help. Pray for us as we pray for all of you daily.
Hope Harbor is a faith-based nonprofit serving children and families since 1947. Formerly Turley Children’s Home, Hope Harbor continues to Restore Hope, Transform Lives and Reconcile Families through our immersive
trauma-responsive family reconciliation program. Facilities and faces have changed over the years, but our commitment to Christ and our passion
for serving children and families remains the same. Today, we remain focused on our vision to serve hurting children and their families for many generations yet to come.
Donations are always welcome and can be made through our website, Paypal, CashApp, Facebook, or sent to our mailing address. We need volunteers to help with our fundraising events, campus beautification projects, and repairs. We also have three thrift stores (Claremore, Bartlesville and Rogers, AR) that are always in need of donations and volunteers. For more information, visit our calendar page or contact us.
Whether you give financially, of your time, or by sharing about our program (or all three!), thank you! We can’t do it without you.