We seek to be a community of people who
come alongside families and bring practical
solutions for their daily lives.
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We are committed to serving families and communities in greatest need in our city and restoring hope to the hopeless.

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Project 658 exists because we believe that Christ’s love compels us to change the world through serving our neighbors.

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We invite you to partner with us – consider volunteering, participating in an event, or joining our team as an intern.

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Your financial partnership directly affects the people involved in Project 658 ministries. Invest in a mission. Impact a life. Give today.

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Volunteer Orientation

On Monday, August 8th we will host our first Volunteer Orientation and Training. If you want to volunteer with 658 (or have already been serving with 658, yet have not attended the training), it is mandatory that you attend this training. The night will include information on who we serve, why we serve and how we serve.

The orientation is on Monday, August 8th from 7:00 – 8:00 PM at The 658 Center, 3646 Central Avenue, Charlotte, 28205. Email serve@project658.com to RSVP.

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Who We Are

We are a Christ-centered, holistic ministry providing services for at-risk families in Charlotte, moving them toward sustainability; with a key focus on the international and refugee communities. Most ministry projects take place at The 658 Center. The mission of The 658 Center is to provide an integrated path for holistic life change through the love of Christ.

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News & Articles

The Path of a Refugee [Part 5]: Starting Over

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After enduring a traumatic event, displacement, a refugee camp, and the resettlement process, a refugee family faces the reality of starting over and building a life in a completely foreign...

The Path of a Refugee [Part 4]: Resettlement

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Moving to a new place is a common occurrence for families in our country. On average, 15% of all Americans move each year. (source) A move is often one of...

The Path of a Refugee [Part 3]: Refugee Camp

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The third step on the path of a refugee is life in a refugee camp. A traumatic event leads to displacement, and that leads to life in a refugee camp....

The Path of a Refugee [Part 2]: Displacement

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The path of a refugee begins with a traumatic event in his homeland, sending him and his family on a road they never imagined they would be on. Here we...