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

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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

Fall / Winter home tips

November 12, 2020

A few home tips from your friends at 516 Project. As we get into fall / winter, we quickly start thinking of Turkey and Stuffing and presents under the tree. We also start thinking of keeping our home warm and safe for the winter and holidays. Here are a few things to think about this time of year to make sure your home is well maintained and ready for winter.

– GUTTERS Make sure your gutters and downspouts are clear. This one task can save you big $. A clogged gutter can cause damage to your roof, siding and even foundation. Make sure all leaves and debris are cleared out and water runs freely in all gutters and downspouts. Make sure all brackets are secure and there is no gap behind the gutter. Though this can be a simple task to take care of on your own, please use caution since most homes require you to climb a ladder to reach the gutters.

– WINDOWS AND DOORS Check around windows and doors for any gaps. Particularly with older style wood windows the temperature change can cause gaps. Install weather stripping or caulk as appropriate to your situation. You can also get window wrap kits from your local hardware store to help cover any draft points and keep your home warmer.

– HVAVC Make sure to replace the filters for your HVAC system. Typically recommend doing this monthly to ensure efficiency of your system. I’d also consider having ducts cleaned by a professional. This helps eliminate mold and allergens in your home.

– PLUMBING Make sure exterior faucets are off and wrapped with insulation to prevent freezing and busted pipes. Make sure you know where your water shut off is in case a pipe does burst.

– FIREPLACE If you plan to use a wood or gas fire place, have them serviced and cleaned professionally. This helps eliminate harmful gasses getting into your home or possible fire hazards.

While this is certainly not an exhaustive list, these items will help you maintain a safe and efficient home.

Midweek Devotional w/ Pastor Chris

October 21, 2020

We are honored to have Pastor Chris from The Bridge Church join us for todays devotional. God has given him a great word to share with us about our anxiety. So timely in our current season with so many things going on in our country and world. At 516 Project we want to be a
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Mr Claude’s new bathroom!

September 17, 2020

We recently got to bless Mr Claude with a new bathroom and cleaned out basement. He suffered two strokes a few months back and hasn’t been able to do much of the upkeep around his home. The tub had been leaking for quite some time and damaged the bathroom wall and floor. Plus, the water
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Midweek Devotion w/Pastor Chris Davenport

August 5, 2020

  Please welcome Pastor Chris Davenport from The Bridge church today for Midweek Devotion. At 516 Project we want to be a light to the community. Matthew 516 says, “Let your light so shine before men, that they would see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven.” But, we also know that an
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