Project Transformation, Inc.


Mission

Our mission is to engage young adults in purposeful leadership and ministry, support children in holistic development, and connect churches with communities.

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Grants

Grant Year Amount Program Name Program Area Description
2018 $10,000 Afterschool Literacy Development Program education Learn more

Project Transformation’s afterschool literacy development program connects the potential of children with the mentorship of college-age young adults. Components of the program include activity-based literacy intervention, homework assistance, nutrition education, and healthy decision-making. Programs will be offered in three strategic low-income Nashville neighborhoods, serving 25 elementary students each.

2017 $10,000 Afterschool Literacy Development Program education Learn more

Project Transformation’s afterschool literacy development program connects the potential of underserved children with the mentorship of college-age young adults. Components of the program include activity-based literacy intervention, homework assistance, nutrition education, and healthy decision-making. Programs will be offered in three strategic low-income Nashville neighborhoods, serving 25 elementary students each.

2016 $10,000 Afterschool Literacy Development Program education Learn more

Project Transformation’s afterschool literacy development program connects the potential of underserved children with the mentorship of college-age young adults. Components of the program include activity-based literacy intervention, homework assistance, nutrition education, and healthy decision-making. Programs will be offered in three strategic low-income Nashville neighborhoods, serving 25 elementary students each.

2015 $10,000 Afterschool Literacy Development Program education Learn more

Project Transformation’s afterschool literacy development program connects the potential of underserved children with the mentorship of college-age young adults. Components of the program include activity-based literacy intervention, homework assistance, nutritional education, and healthy decision-making. Programs will be offered in three strategic low-income Nashville neighborhoods, serving 25 elementary students each.