Who We Are
Project-44 is a local 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that began as a ministry with a desire to provide vehicles for people in need.
Since that time, Project-44 has expanded to five other ministries.
For several years, Project-44 had a Farm ministry in order to provide fresh, organic produce to the community in need, but that has since closed.
It is an organization for the community; dedicated to reaching the needs of people.
Project-44 began as its founder Ben Fields, an auto mechanic, was questioning his role in the world, and more specifically, the church. He felt he was not helping the community the way the church ought to be.
It was during that time that someone gave Ben a vehicle and suggested he fix it up and give it to someone in need. A car ministry was born and took on the name Project-44, named after the 44th book of the Bible: Acts.
Later, Project-44 leased a large bit of land located in Granbury, Texas to use however they felt was best. They decided to use it to build Project-44 Farm, where fresh produce was grown in the soil, as well as in 2 large hydroponic tanks in their greenhouse. The Farm later closed in June, 2017.
Since that time we have started a successful counseling ministry that seeks to provide affordable counseling to those in need that cannot typically pay for the counseling themselves; the Liberia trade school, where we are building a trade school in war-torn Liberia on a 100 acre plot of land; Family 2 Family, which provides boxes of food to those in need; and the Outreach group who conduct minor home repairs to those in need.
Our mission is to go beyond the four walls of a church and help those in need where they need it. We focus on ministries to help the local community.