Project 615 was recently named a finalist by USA Today & The Tennessean for a "Your Town Awards" as being a business committed to doing good for their local community. Project 615 was one of four finalist in the "Homeless/Hunger" category. Project 615 has employed 38 people recovering from homelessness and raised over $75,000 since 2010. "We are so honored to be even considered for this award. Project 615 is built on doing work that matters," said Derek Evans, President and Co-Founder. Project 615 partners with Set Free Ministries, a Christian outreach that houses men in Nashville who are in transition of homelessness, addiction and mental illness. "We believe in the power of giving people a second chance. That's what life is all about," Evans said.