The 6:8 Project

A nonprofit organization

Vision Statement: We work together to serve the neighborhood and empower the community.
Background and Impact: The 6:8 Project was established in 2013 with the purpose of working together to serve neighborhoods and empower communities in order to "do justice, love kindness, and to walk humbly" [Micah 6:8]. Currently, the 6:8 Project works with the Greenway Neighborhood of Fort Worth. Some of the leaders of the Greenway 6:8 Project are from the Greenway neighborhood, and some are other interested individuals from the community, including representatives from Trinity Habitat for Humanity. Both the neighborhood association and the 6:8 Project enjoy collaboration with the Greenway Church on Delga Street and other churches in the Greenway neighborhood. Activities of the organization in the Greenway neighborhood have included regular fresh vegetable and fruit delivery from the Tarrant Area Food Bank, minor repairs and maintenance of houses, a summer lunch and enrichment activities program for kids, a reading program with Little Free Library, neighborhood cleanups, and park upkeep, National Night Out, bible and book studies, TCU activities, and free local COVID vaccine clinics in conjunction with a local pharmacy.

Our Needs

Funds for hosting events and service projects for the community, such as:
-The Summer Lunch Program because kids are not being fed at schools due to the summer.
-The National Night Out celebration, in October, in Delga Park. Neighborhoods across Fort Worth observe NNO by spending an evening outside of their homes to become more acquainted with their neighbors, their community leaders, and their first responders.
- Christmas Party for neighborhood kids age 12 and younger.
- Minor repairs for senior citizens' homes and yards.
- Senior Adult Fellowship groups meet monthly, creating opportunities for seniors to get to know each other better and work together on children's educational projects.
-Scholarships for college students who are residents of the neighborhood.
And any project that brings the community together.


Hand in Hand, Street by Street.

Organization Data


Organization name

The 6:8 Project

Tax id (EIN)




Community Improvement, Hunger, Food Access & Nutrition, Youth & Children

Operating Budget

Less than $100,000

Counties Served


BIPOC Serving

Black or African American, Hispanic or Latinx


POBox 518
Bedford, TX 76095