Fuse Project is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to providing the spark for innovation, funding and implementation of projects benefiting children along Alabama’s Gulf Coast. Fuse Project invests in initiatives promoting the health, fitness, education and social responsibility of our children.
We consider ourselves a neo nonprofit with a singular focus on immediate impact by bringing together local projects for our children. Our five-year goal is to be in a position to fundraise one million dollars ($1,000,000) per year by 2020.
We have raised over $1.4 million dollars since inception.
We added 2 staff members and 5 board members in 2017.
37 local projects have received grants from Fuse Project.
Our biggest project to date will be announced in late 2018.
“if it's not wow, it's not worth doing.”
Fuse Project was founded by 8 young professionals from Mobile, Alabama with a common belief that a big impact on our area’s children can be created by a small motivated group. Our goal is to support tangible, realistic projects that will benefit our children. We support existing philanthropies with specific project ideas, and we also support grass-root efforts by motivated members of our community. Whether it is helping fund an after-school program for under-privileged children or helping a motivated neighborhood revitalize a local park, Fuse Project is ready to help. Through our mantra of “if it’s not WOW, it’s not worth doing", we have decided to create a group of events that will help fundraise for our selected projects and help publicize our cause. We aim to invigorate all age groups and demographics in our area with these events. Fuse Project was established in May of 2012 and became a 501(c)(3) in August of 2012.