Sharing the love of Jesus with those in need

Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven." -Matthew 5:16

What We Do

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516 Project, Inc is a Christian based 501c3 non-profit construction ministry based in Fredericksburg, Va. Founded in 2016. Our ministry shares the love of Jesus with people in need. We work with individuals, churches and businesses to impact our community by glorifying God through service.


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We are a 100% volunteer operated organization. We would love to have you join us as we serve those in need. While a majority of our workdays are focused around home repairs and construction tasks, there are plenty of other volunteer opportunities available as well. Photography, home visits, material delivery, paperwork, letter writing, marketing etc. Please feel free to contact us for current needs.

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Do you need help? We have workdays throughout the year. Please click the sign up link below to fill out a short form with some info on the work you need completed.

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What we've been doing lately

Mowing Team

March 19, 2019

Spring is coming! Would you like to be part of blessing our community?

We are putting together a team to do regular mowing and trimming for several of the families we serve. It’s a great opportunity to bless them and share the love of Jesus on a regular basis.

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Ms. Mary’s roof is fixed!

February 14, 2019

2019 Kickoff

February 14, 2019

516 Project shares the love of Jesus with those in need. Matthew 5:16 says, “Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven.” It is our vision to “Glorify God by serving those in need.” 2018 was an incredible. God opened doors
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February 2019 Update

February 14, 2019

God is opening some big doors. I was recently on a trip to Tupelo Mississippi and stopped in Birmingham, Alabama on the way home. I caught up with some friends from Church of the Highlands. They are working on a plan to help a fire department in a suburb of Birmingham. The locality is facing bankruptcy and
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