literacy programs

summer and afterschool

college internships

purposeful ministry and leadership

opportunities to serve

connecting churches to communities in need

I want to be a PT intern someday because I've had my best memories here since I was seven.
-Dayan, grade 6




HOW IT WORKS


College students invest in the lives of underserved children while living in community, exploring their calling, and developing as servant leaders.

Children from low-income neighborhoods improve their literacy, social-emotional, and spiritual development through participating in high-quality, out-of-school time programs led by college-age young adults.

Churches in underserved communities host our out-of-school time programs, reconnecting and building relationships with their neighbors.


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OUR IMPACT


Project Transformation engages over 60 college-age young adults in ministry and service with more than 500 underserved children and youth in 7 site churches located in low-income communities.


Latest News


Project Transformation featured in Antioch’s Hometown Newspaper

Read the AntiochTenn.com article Optum donates Oliver & Hope books to an Antioch after school

Transforming Lives through Relationships