Dear Mr. Purdue,
Words can not express how grateful I am to you and your organization. It is truly a blessing to our students. God bless you for having a heart toward disadvantage youth.
Tami Belt — 5 starProject 150 is one of the best stories I have had the honor of helping to share. As a 2nd generation Las Vegas native, and former classmate of co-founder Patrick Spargur, I love the fact that locals are tackling a local problem. Patrick, Don and Blake didn’t set out to start a nonprofit but couldn’t sit on the sidelines and do nothing. High School students are often forgotten by other charities, yet they are are the cusp of graduation and ready to contribute to our community. I hope everyone pitches in to help our future leaders.
Holly Lombardi — 5 starI think this is an outstanding organization. I can’t imagine being so young and having the stress of being homeless or displaced. This should be a time in young people’s life where the only focus should be studying and educating themselves for a strong future. My heart goes out to these kids.
Dulce Jimenez — 5 starI love project 150. I’m a student and I’m very thankful there’s someone out there that is willing to help students with clothes and food. Thank you project 150 for making the change in our community. Hope God keeps on blessings you guys with more volunteer and more donation. ❤
Aaron Macias — 5 starOn behalf of the Communities In Schools coordinators at Valley HS, I would like to THANK YOU for this weekend’s Teen Shopping Day and everything that you all do for the community! We had several students that participated in the event and stated it was AMAZING!! We appreciate the P150 team and our amazing Liason Lisa Courser.
We Look forward to working with you all the rest of the year!
Rachael Richardson — 5 starIf more “ordinary” ppl saw a need & filled it it would become an “extra-ordinary” community effort like Project 150 has grown to be in 3 years AMAZING.. Keep up the God work 🙂