Project 360 Youth Services receives grant from Community Foundation

Project 360 Youth Services in Lebanon has been awarded another large grant to help them move forward with transitioning the previous Alternative School building on North Jefferson Avenue. According to Executive Director Patti Brayfield, while not covering all of the needed funds, the $100-thousand-dollar grant from the Children’s Trust Fund and Community Foundation of the Ozarks will go a long way toward renovationing the 18-thousand-square foot building….

Previously Project 360 Youth Services received a $500-thousand-dollar grant for the project, and the organization has yet to go fully public with the fundraising effort. To finish the renovations it will cost around a million and a half dollars. Brayfield said she anticipates the renovations will be complete by the fall of 2025. In the meantime, Project 360 will continue offering services and support in the Sound House on South Adams.