Media Tool Kit

You can help share our message and support our mission with these tools.

Download the Project 150 logo here be sure to link it back to us by adding a hyperlink to

Add our PSA (Public Service Announcement) to your website:
(Copy and paste this embed code on your website where you’d like the video to appear.

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twibbon-p150-profileRemind people to #FeedItForward and #ShareAMeal Add a Twibbon to your profile picture! Add a #Twibbon now!

Share our message on your social media pages!
(Don’t forget to follow us!)

Here are some samples and #hashtags to get you started!

#ShareAMeal Your $25 doanation to Project 150 feeds a student and a family of up to 4 people.

Project 150 provides basic needs to homeless, displaced and disadvantaged high school students because #HighSchoolIsToughEnough!

We help high school students stay in school so they can graduate because #TheTassleIsWorthTheHassle

Tweet about us!  Show your support and help us spread the word by mentioning @Project150Lv in your tweets!

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About Project 150

Project 150 is a 501(c)3 non-profit charitable organization that was organized in December, 2011 when the founders heard about 150 homeless high school students at Rancho High School in Las Vegas that were in need of support over the Christmas Break. Project 150 currently serves more than 6,000 high school students in need. 3,300 registered homeless and 3,100 non-registered homeless, displaced and disadvantaged high school students at 58 high schools in Southern Nevada. Additionally Project 150 serves students in need at 20 high schools in Reno, NV.  High School is Tough Enough without having to worry about where you are going to sleep at night. Project 150 was created out of our community’s desire to help these kids. Our mission is to offer support and services to these homeless high school students so they have what they need to continue school and be successful in life.

About Project 150 Youth Council

In January 2014, the Southern Nevada Hispanic Employment Program (SNHEP) Youth Council, founded in 2009 by two teen sisters Senia and Sabrina Roybal, transitioned under Project 150’s umbrella. The Youth Council members participate in monthly meetings, leadership training, promote higher education opportunities, cultural awareness, mentoring, community involvement, scholarship fundraising, agency partnerships, and career and workforce readiness with a pay‐it‐forward attitude. Members donate more than 1,500 cumulative community volunteer hours annually. Project 150’s goal is to collaborate with schools and community organizations to maximize resources and allow students to focus in achieving high school graduation, and be college, career & workforce ready. – See more at:

For interview requests and additional information about Project 150, our programs and volunteer opportunities please contact the Project 150 Brady Caipa Volunteer Center at 702-721-7150.