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Project 150 Brady Caipa Volunteer Center & Betty’s Boutique
3600 N. Rancho Drive, Las Vegas, Nevada 89130 * 702-721-7150 * www.project150.org
BOARD OF DIRECTORS Dear Friend,
Director of Client Development –
Western Region Thank you for taking just a moment to learn a little more about
Rauch Milliken International, Inc. Project 150, a 501(c)3 non-profit charitable organization, in
Don Purdue, Nevada.
Vice President Corporate Development
Cosmopolitan Las Vegas
Robert B. McBeath, MD, FACS, MMM Project 150 was founded in 2011 when two local businessmen
President learned of 150 homeless students at Rancho High School in need
of support during the Christmas holiday season. Their
Executive VP -Chief Legal Officer, compassion quickly led to offering support and help to other high
EveriHoldings, Inc. school students who are experiencing hardships that take the
focus away from their education.
Sr. Vice President
HKA Global, Inc.
In 2018, Project 150 provided services to over 2800 registered
Director of Business Intelligence homeless and 3100 non-registered homeless, displaced, and
Pinnacle Entertainment disadvantaged students in 61 high schools in Southern Nevada
Ron Thomas, and 30 high schools in Reno. By removing one less hardship and
Reconciliation Apostolic Ministries providing students with food, clothing, and basic necessities, we
Stacey Miller Eisenberg, believe students can remain focused on their education, obtain
their high school diploma, and be on a path to a bright future.
Sysco Las Vegas Project 150 and the programs offered to assist students could not
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR be possible without the generous support of community partners
Project 150 like you. Your tax-deductible donation goes directly into funding
meals, school supplies, and clothing for students.
I hope you will consider a contribution that will help our
community eradicate youth hunger, increase high school
graduation rates, and provide a hand up to the students in our
community. After all, high school is tough enough!
Thank you in advance for making a difference and impacting a
student’s future in Nevada.
Executive Director 2
Who We Are……………...... 4
Board of Directors………... 5
What We Do………………... 6
Nevada Homeless Youth...7
Making an Impact……….. 8
Performance Summary... 9
How You Can Help………...10
Host a Drive.....................11
Sponsor Form................. 12
Our Mission: To provide support and
services to homeless, displaced and
disadvantaged high school students to
ensure they remain in school through
graduation, and end the cycle of poverty
due to a student’s inability to complete
Who We Are
Project 150 is a 501(c)3 nonprofit charitable organization
that was organized in December 2011 when the founders,
Don Purdue and Pat Spargur, heard about 150 homeless
high school students at Rancho High School in Las Vegas
that were in need of support over the Christmas Break.
The effort has expanded to helping over 2,800 registered
homeless and 3,100 non-registered homeless, displaced,
and disadvantaged students per year in 63 high schools in
Southern Nevada and 30 in Reno.
• Good Stewardship
Board of Directors
Patrick Spargur, Director of Client Development – Western Region
Rauch Milliken International, Inc.
Don Purdue, Vice President Corporate Development
Cosmopolitan Las Vegas
Robert B. McBeath, MD, FACS, MMM, President
Harper Ko, Executive VP -Chief Legal Officer, General Counsel
Everi Holdings, Inc.
Gino Wideen, Sr. Vice President
HKA Global, Inc.
Kate White, Director of Business Intelligence
Ron Thomas, Senior Pastor
Reconciliation Apostolic Ministries
Stacey Miller Eisenberg,
Joseph Radetich, President
Sysco Las Vegas
What We Do
Project 150 offers FREE support and services to homeless, displaced, and
disadvantaged high school students in Southern and Northern Nevada to
ensure they have the basic necessities to continue with their education,
obtain their high school diploma, and become more successful in life.
Project 150 makes weekly deliveries of food, hygiene items, and school
essentials to all 63 high schools in Clark County. It is our goal to provide the
basic necessities for students to focus on learning and graduation, and assist
with options for higher education, career and workforce readiness.
We also operate a unique shopping
experience for local high school
students to ensure they have adequate
clothing and basic necessities. Betty’s
Boutique provides high school students
the opportunity to select FREE clothing,
shoes, accessories, and hygiene items
using only their student ID.
Our academic/resource room is open to
students and their families to attend
FREE life skills workshops and
workforce readiness classes. Workshops
include; financial literacy, dress for
success, SAT/ACT study groups, getting
ready for college, and many more.
Did you know?
Nevada ranks number 1 in the country for unsheltered unaccompanied
20,696 = Total Number of Homeless Students in Nevada
1,455 = Total Unaccompanied Homeless Students in Nevada
483 = Staying Unsheltered for Nighttime Residence
2,292 = Staying in Shelters for Nighttime Residence
2,771 = Staying in Hotels/Motels as Nighttime Residence
15,150 = Doubled up as Nighttime Residence
Making an Impact
How You Can Help
• Financial contribution
• Corporate partnership
• Host a food/hygiene drive
• Sponsor an event
• Share awareness
Host a Drive
Items are assembled into Family Meal
Bags which feed a family of 4.
Hygiene items are available to
students for FREE in Betty’s Boutique.
YES, WE WANT TO HELP!
Provides weekly food distribution to homeless, displaced, and
disadvantaged high school students in Southern Nevada during the
academic year. (Over 6000 students served in 2018)
Holiday Meals (Thanksgiving and Christmas) feeding approx. 16,000
people. Meals may include pre-cooked ham or turkey, canned
vegetables, and a dessert.
Provides 1500 weekend meal bags to feed approx. 9000 meals,
during the academic year. Weekend bags include 2 breakfast items, SPONSOR
2 lunch items, and 2 dinner items.
Provides food essentials to students in need at a designated high
school for the academic year.
$5,000 Total Amount
Scholarship sponsorship for a graduating senior onto higher
$__________ General donation to support PROJECT 150
CONTACT INFORMATION Please make checks payable to
company / organization 3600 N. Rancho Drive
Las Vegas, NV 89130
address city zip Project 150 is a registered 501(c) 3
organization. Your donation is tax
deductible within the guidelines set
email forth by the IRS.
EIN # 45-6645161
On behalf of the 6000+ homeless, displaced, and disadvantaged high school students we
serve, THANK YOU FO R YOUR SUPPORT!