The Fuse Project is a new non-profit organization whose mission is to provide the spark for innovation, funding and implementation of projects benefiting children along Alabama's Gulf Coast.
The Fuse Project invests in initiatives promoting the health, fitness, education and social responsibility of our children. Its first big event will be a fundraiser on New Year's Eve at Space 301 in downtown Mobile.
The organization is currently accepting grant applications from organizations that need funding for a project that will benefit children. Proceeds from the New Year's Eve party will go to a chosen applicant.
To watch a short :87 second video on the Fuse Project follow this link:
You can also visit its Facebook page:
And lastly... a link to The Fuse Project's New Year's Eve Party Page:
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