The 7th Project Association seeks to partner with the community to provide assistance with educational opportunities, nutritional needs, economic development, and basic quality of life improvements for the people of Alabama’s 
7th Congressional District.

Email: The7thProjectAL@gmail.com

Phone:  (205) 549-0053

Tax ID: 46-2047601

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About

The 7th Project Association seeks to partner with the community to provide assistance with educational opportunities, nutritional needs, economic development, and basic quality of life improvements for the people of Alabama’s 7th Congressional District.

Thanks to Our 2019 Sponsors
  • Victor & Michelle Adamo

  • Alabama Farmers Agriculture Foundation

  • Alabama Nursing Home Association

  • Alabama Power Foundation

  • Alabama Rural Electric Association

  • Auto Dealers Association of Alabama

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield Caring Foundation

  • Shirley Brown

  • Regions Bank

  • Bobby Segall

  • Hon. Scott & Cameron Vowell

  • Lydia Cheney & Jim Sokol

  • Jimmie Coleman

  • Augusta & David Dowd

  • Coca-Cola Bottling Company

  • United

  • John Earnhardt

  • Lisa & Alan Engel

  • Will & Maura Goodwyn

  • Michael Johnson

  • Maynard Cooper & Gale P.C.

  • Julian & Leslie McPhillips

  • Ruffner & Virginia Page

  • Houston & Voncile Pearce

  • Poarch Creek Band of Indians

  • Vulcan Materials Company

Our Structure

The 7th Project Association is incorporated in the State of Alabama as an association. We are a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.  The 7th Project Association is governed by a Board of Directors composed of recognized community leaders and funded by annual gifts of association annual sponsorship.

 

Our Goals

The 7th Project’s primary goal is to fund Congressional internships for deserving college students who are from Alabama’s 7th Congressional District.   College students will participate in a four-week Congressional internship in the office of Congresswoman Terri Sewell.  The 7th Project will provide housing on a college campus in Washington, D.C. and a small weekly stipend during the internship.  Interns must be enrolled in college and must be a resident of Alabama’s 7th Congressional District with high academic achievement and demonstrated financial need. 

In addition to Congressional internships, The 7th Project Association partners with community organizations to provide resources and opportunities to the people of Alabama's 7th Congressional District.

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