Project 3:27 Inc. Nonprofit 501 (C)(3)

Mission Statement

Project 327 is committed to meeting the automotive needs of families and individuals by providing a life changing event through collaborative efforts of companies, as well as individuals, to not withhold good from those in need when it is in our power to help.

We depend on the willingness of our friends, business and others to help support us through donations of vehicles, time and money.  

What happens when a vehicle is donated to  Project 327?                                              We have two different business that deal with our donated vehicles.

The donated vehicle is checked out by our mechanics and determine what we need to get it ready for service.

 The two shops that works with Project 327 are in Conway, Arkansas

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Vehicles we donated our first year.

 
 YOUNG MAN RECEIVES VEHICLE  This young man was a graduate of Renewal Ranch.  While there he participated in Bible study and became so interested in the Bible that he decided to go on to Bible college.  This was a life changing experience and the vehicle was a means of helping him accomplish this.  This is just an example of the 28 vehicles we have donated to deserving families that were in need of a vehicle. 

YOUNG MAN RECEIVES VEHICLE

This young man was a graduate of Renewal Ranch.  While there he participated in Bible study and became so interested in the Bible that he decided to go on to Bible college.  This was a life changing experience and the vehicle was a means of helping him accomplish this.

This is just an example of the 28 vehicles we have donated to deserving families that were in need of a vehicle. 

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HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBLE VAN

We received this fully outfitted handicapped accessible van from a young woman who no longer needed it for her daughter.  Project 3:27 knew of a man who had suffered a brain tumor who was desperately in need of help.  His wife was struggling to take him(by car) to his doctors and therapy appointments.  She has told us many times that the van was truly a blessing, as she said her back could not have held out much longer.  

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