“Hope. Restored.” That’s the tagline for Project 658 and they couldn’t have picked two better words. Every time we walk through their doors our hope is restored when we see the huge impact they make in the Charlotte community every single day. The ministry focuses on providing assistance to at-risk families, especially the international and refugee communities in Charlotte, to help move them towards sustainability.
They offer a plethora of services including a culinary arts school, ESL classes, job training, childcare, afterschool programs, and soccer programs. We could sit here all day and list the awesomeness they generate in Charlotte’s eastside so just trust us when we say they do A LOT.
Inside Project 658 you can find all kinds of art made by different CLT creatives, including this mural that spans almost an entire hallway. The mural was a collaboration between Arko 83 and Brand the Moth.
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