Youth Fundraiser

Hope Youth Groups Will Be Offering These Items:

Our annual fundraiser will offer an array of items for a fundraiser. The items are:

  • 4 Ounce Sugar scrubs (complete in a decorative jar – comes in 5 different scents)
  • 8 Ounce candy jars (complete in a decorative jar – includes individual wrapped candies)
  • Beautiful beaded bracelets in a variety of colors
  • Eileen’s Cookie Dough – available in 7 different flavors (not made by our youth, but by our friends at Eileen’s

All of the items the youth have put together will be available for sale for only $5.00 each. Buckets of cookie dough are available for $15.00.

Sale dates are September 8th – October 1st. Delivery/pick up of items will be November 7th.

Click here to download and print the order form. You can drop off your order and payment; mail  the form with payment, or make a payment via PayPal and email your completed order form to   Be sure you total your order before making payment.

Compute the total amount of your purchase, and press “Pay Now” to pay online.



Please return your completed order to Hope by October 1st. If you have any questions regarding this fundraiser – please contact Jayne Molacek or Tina Claus,

Thank You For Your Continued Support Of Hope’s Youth Program!!!







"We started to look for a church when we moved to Omaha. We tried many different churches around Omaha but Pastor Dave's message and the feeling we had when we attended service at Hope kept us coming back. The church's openness to different beliefs and ability to challenge our perspective, as well as the many opportunities to get involved, have confirmed our choice to join the Hope family. "
-Tyler and Kelsey Thraen


"My husband and I have been attending Hope regularly for just over a year and I became a member around six months ago. We felt at home with Hope right away. I grew up in a small town and in an even smaller church. Moving to Omaha was a big change and it was overwhelming to me. Hope has that small town church feel to it where everyone knows each other, we share our joys and struggles with each other, and we feel like we really matter to this community. My husband grew up Catholic and has expressed how welcomed he's felt here every Sunday, even though he's not a formal member. I love to knit and have made a close group of friends with the ladies of the prayer shawl knitting group. This spring I was injured, needed surgery, and was off work for several weeks. We were blessed when members at Hope volunteered to bring us meals, gave me rides to church when I was unable to drive, helped us move from our apartment to a house, and continued to check up on my progress months after my surgery. We look forward to continue growing our faith, volunteering and participating in the numerous outreach programs, and continuing to build and foster relationships with the members here at Hope."
- Hannah Durbin