Year Founded
Local Leader/Exec. Director
Eric Bernier
Main Address

3646 Central Avenue
Charlotte, NC 28205
United States

What We Do
Our organization meets the immediate needs of Charlotte's international community while developing long term relationships. We provide english classes for adults, child care, after school, medical services, counseling, culinary training, and job development opportunities. IMPACT OF COVID-19 - SPECIFIC NEEDS: How You Can Help: Please consider donating to the Project 658 COVID-19 Relief Fund that will combat food insecurity for the population served at Project 658. All donations will go towards grocery gift cards. Click the donate button on this page for a direct donation link. We would like to collect 10 computers to pass out to children in need. If you have an extra, old, but still functioning computer, would you consider lending or donating? Or maybe your company has a few to spare? Maybe you are interested in purchasing a new one and donating? You could also give to the relief fund (button below) with a note that the donation is for computers. The process of school right now is difficult for everyone but especially difficult for families like the ones we see daily who do not have regular access to technology. This will help greatly.
Interesting Info
  • We support 17,000 individuals each year whether through immediate needs, volunteer opportunities, or development efforts.
  • Each year more than 700 refugees from 17 different countries are resettled in Charlotte.
  • Meet the needs of every single refugee in Charlotte, finding adequate housing, employment and medical care for each family member.
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