The Village Project would like to thank Byron and Julia Shutt at Maple Leaf Landscaping for the wonderful work they are doing to beatify the grounds around the office. They have done great work all over Bay Village and we are lucky to have their services. Work is in-progress and more pictures will be coming nearer […]
Congratulations to Harper Tindall and Rachel Boggess who earned thier Green Aprons this month. Volunteers earn their prestigious green aprons after volunteering 12 times in the Village Project kitchen.
Today marks 1 year that the new kitchen opened and 4 years since the inception of the Village (Food) Project. Time to remark on how far the Village Project has come from its humble beginnings. Congratulations to everyone involved, from volunteers to donors and partners.
The Morning Journal – April 5, 2014. When Barb Harrell started the Village Project, a nonprofit organization in Bay Village assisting cancer patients and their families, she never thought she’d end up being one of its clients. But that’s exactly what happened after her husband, Jeff, was diagnosed with cancer, making her not only […]
The Village Project is growing, and organizers hope to move into a new building Sept. 1. Formerly known as the Village Food Project, the nonprofit organization is renovating over 3,500 square feet of space at 27378 West Oviatt Road in the same building as Thomas and Thomas Photography, near Donald Drive. Since its founding more […]
When Barb Harrell founded the Village Project in Bay Village more than two years ago, she never imagined her family one day would become clients of the nonprofit agency. That changed a couple of years ago when two of her family members were diagnosed with cancer. The experience has given her a unique understanding of […]