Project 150

Project 150 Brady Caipa Volunteer Center
3600 N. Rancho Drive
Las Vegas, NV 89130
(702) 721-7150

Project 150 is a 501(c)3 non-profit charitable organization that was organized in December, 2011 when the founders heard about 150 homeless high school students at Rancho High School in Las Vegas that were in need of support over the Christmas Break. The effort has expanded to helping over 2,500 in 45 high schools when it was understood that the problems these students faced were prevalent across the valley.

Will you help us?

There are over 11,200 homeless students in the Las Vegas valley, over 2,500 of those are in high school. High School is Tough Enough without having to worry about where you are going to sleep at night. Project 150 was created out of our community’s desire to help these kids. Our mission is to offer support and services to these homeless high school students so they have what they need to continue school and be successful in life.

Get Involved

Project 150 is seeking volunteers to serve in the Volunteer Center, area high schools, and to assist efforts to support students.

Donate Items

The most needed school supplies are pens, pencils, highlighters, paper, spiral notebooks, notebook dividers, calculators (simplistic to scientific calculators), glue sticks, index cards, protractor & compass sets, USB flash drives, combination locks for lockers & bikes, and backpacks. Food items needed include juices, crackers, instant cup noodle soup, individual instant oatmeal, pop-tarts, granola bars, individual fruit cups – non-perishable items that can be carried. $30 Contribution for Holiday Meal Box for high school students and their family of four #ShareAMeal #FeedItForward Campaign for 3,400 Holiday Meal Boxes (details attached). Gently used or new teen appropriate clothing and small fleece throws, briefs, under shirts, white socks, dress socks, bras, panties, and tank tops. Shoe apparel. Ladies sanitary hygiene products are critical need items.

Help Financially

100% of your financial donations go towards helping homeless high school students


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