Rating: 4.94 stars 17 17 reviews
87 Yawpo Avenue Suite#201 Oakland NJ 07436 USA
Project195 is a fully recognized 501(c)(3) nonprofit eco/humanitarian organization out of the United States. Project195 is here to educate, and aid as well spearhead projects that will reduce the damage that this and future generations will face. Our Mission: To educate and to initiate programs designed to help all 195 countries on our planet. To promote and instruct so that all nations can do their part in stemming the impending difficulties our children and grandchildren will face. Over the past three years we have organized and led community clean ups, held public forums on water conservation, filmed a television show about green tips around the home, and have led several trips to the greater New Orleans area, to assist in Katrina restoration, and have helped rebuild four homes and one church to date. And we're only just beginning! Thr _________________________________________________________ Please spend some time with us and gain a better understanding of what we do. For more information on Project195 please feel free to contact us and please consider becoming a member.
United States citizens
Direct beneficiaries per year:
Thousands of Americans across the U.S. rebuild their lives
Geographic areas served:
Joplin, New Orleans, Moore OK., Little Ferry N.J. Moonachie N.J., and any natural disaster site
Rebuilding and Restoration by the most sustainable means possible New York New Jersey Pennsylvania
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David Skoblar is my nephew so that you may think that this review is biased. I am an attorney and occasionally offer advice to Dave as he fights to establish this charity. I have seen him selflessly dedicate himself to this project over several years. I can proudly say that he is done a lot of good for a lot of people-both the victims of disasters as well as the charity's volunteers. This was never more evident than during the aftermath of Super Storm Sandy. David is a bear of a man. Soon after the storm a "kindhearted" landlord told him he had to vacate the premises immediately. This entailed moving thousands of pieces of donated furniture, appliances, construction materials-you name it. Not only did David collect all the stuff for the needy, he now had to move it at the worst time. My nephew spent countless hours doing so much of the work single-handedly. I was never more proud of him. Anyone who participates with this charity should be glad to have someone like David in charge.
Sincerely, Robert A. Skoblar, ESQ
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