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The Hope Restored Project is a community-based event that focuses on helping families with school-age children to have a comforting place to call home which in turn creates a more conducive learning environment.

The community of Creswell has come together each year on the third weekend of May to refurbish the houses of two or three families. These houses are chosen with the recommendation of the administration and teachers at Creslane Elementary School. Hope Restored began as the members of one church, but quickly grew to include many of the people from the community of Creswell. The high school sends many students to help. Contractors, tradesmen, artisans, craftsmen, designers and community members with the primary talent of energy and passion come together to work on the houses. The work begins early on Friday morning and is completed by 5:00 Sunday afternoon. Through this project, hope is offered to these families. The greatest blessing is for all of the hundreds of volunteers to work as one. It is truly a magnificent event.

 

 
 

 

Hope Restored 2019

WHEN: May 17 - 19

WHERE: Riverwood Mobile Home Park

33838 E River Dr. Creswell, OR 97426

 
 
 

PARKING: Follow the signs! Please park in the field adjacent the entrance to the mobile home park.

****NO DRIVING THROUGH THE MOBILE HOME PARK****

HOW: Fill out the volunteer form please! Here’s where you can find them:

 

PICK UP/DROP OFF: You can find the forms at any of these places in Creswell:

Library, Farmlands Market, 76 Station, Point S Tire.

EMAIL: creswellhoperestored@gmail.com

MAIL: Hope Restored Volunteers, P.O. Box 365, Creswell, OR 97426.

PHONE: You may also call, or text, the Volunteer Coordinator, Karissa, (406)270-4302