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516 Project is ready to Build Access to Hope
516 Project, a construction ministry non-profit is holding it’s first workday in Panama City July 31, 2021. 516 Project is ready to Build Access to Hope for the residents of the Panama City region.
516 Project is partnering with Northstar Church to assist families in need of home repairs, wheelchair ramps and more. Volunteers will meet at Northstar Callaway Campus at 8am on 7-31-2021. They will then head out to serve multiple families in the Panama City area. Repairing porches, painting, building wheelchair ramps.
516 Project started in 2016 in Fredericksburg, Va. Since then volunteer teams have assisted hundreds of families in Virginia, North Carolina, Alabama and now Florida. 516 Project volunteers will continue to serve those in need of home repairs around Panama City.
To volunteer with 516 Project, or to make a financial contribution, please visit www.516project.org. To stay updated with 516 Project’s efforts in, please follow on social media platforms: @the516project on Instagram and Facebook. 516 Project is a volunteer operated organization aside from two paid staff members. We serve all people regardless of race, gender, religion or ethnicity. Please visit www.516project.org for more information.
Press Contact: James Roberson 540.940.6794 / 540.273.3170
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