With the sounds of pencils being sharpened and the metal clack of 3-ring binders being snapped shut, you know the first day of school is near. When we are young, our formal education is structured for us as we experience life in elementary, middle school, and high-school student. However, our education doesn’t stop there. We… Read more
Summer is in full swing, and there are a lot of techniques to beat the heat – one of which is to stay home and shop online! Whether you shop online a little, or a lot, you could be helping out Ragan’s HOPE just by doing something you ALREADY DO! If you use Amazon.com for… Read more
We hope you all have fun today, and we want to wish all of you a very safe 4th of July!
In order to serve our families here at Ragan’s HOPE, we want to get a head start on meeting their needs during the holidays. Please join us in celebrating Christmas in July! Although the Christmas in July Party on the 17th is in Dallas, we can provide your company, small group or organization with information… Read more
There are so many things in life that just happen whether we want it to or not. One of those things is summer. Many people – like most children, teachers, and waterparks – love and welcome summer with open arms. However, others – like some moms, dads, and caretakers – can begin to feel overwhelmed… Read more
The year is flying by, Ragan’s HOPE is growing like crazy, and we just had a successful (and delicious) Fundraising event sponsored by iFratelli – we were the chosen charity for their Pizza DoughNation Day! Thank you to everyone who participated in that, especially Southwest Airlines, who ordered enough salad and pizza to feed 800… Read more
Our MissionRagan's HOPE is committed to helping parents of children with catastrophic illnesses or injuries endure the initial impact and embrace the future by providing financial, emotional and spiritual support, in the name of Christ.
Our Vision is to help parents and communities lift up the children with seemingly insurmountable obstacles, to not only learn to rise up and meet their challenges, but to go on to live extraordinary lives.