From the President

  • 2016 President Message – Glen Barcus

    In this time of an apparent national scrutiny of law enforcement officers and practices, I feel it is a great time to think of the Highway Patrolmen that started all of this back in 1984. With a strong desire to help their communities in more ways than just the highways,…
  • 2015 President Message – Glen Barcus

    Meet the President As if a wife and 4 kids isn’t enough to keep this guy busy, Glen was promoted to President of the Montana Hope Project and Sergeant of the Montana Highway Patrol all in 2015. He has been with the Montana Highway Patrol for 10 years and 4…
  • 2014 President’s Message – Cal Janes

     Another year has gone by and what a year it was for the Montana Hope Project. So far In 2014, the Project has granted 24 wishes and there are 14 pending. It’s amazing how this wish granting idea has become such a success. To think, 30 years ago a hand-full…
  • 2013 President’s Message – Richard Hader

    2013 has been another busy year for the Montana Hope Project. We will end the year granting 15 wishes and start off 2014 with 10 children on our wish list with 3 already booked for travel in January and February. I think that when the project started back in 1984,…
  • 2012 President’s Message – Richard Hader

    2012 was quite the year for the Montana Hope Project. For anyone who has seen me talk, I have always made the point that the Hope Project is not just an all-volunteer organization made up of state troopers, but truly is a nonprofit Montana business that is made up of so many…
  • 2011 President’s Message – Richard Hader

    2011 was a busy year for the Project. We finished the year granting wishes and have four families ready to travel the month of January. Seven more families are finishing up their medical treatments and are looking forward to their wish. We saw a lot of changes in personnel with…
  • 2010 President’s Message – Richard Hader

    For the 4th year in a row, the cover of our newsletter honors a MHP Trooper who gave his life in the line of duty. Trooper David DeLaittre was 23 and the youngest trooper to die protecting his community.  David followed his father Dennis and his own dream when he…
  • Richard’s Aha Moment from Mutal of Omaha

    Richard Hader, President of the Montana Hope Project, explains how he got involved with the organization.

 

 

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