How to build your own project car for the bail project
A project car will be used to bail a family from a jail if the family is unable to pay bail or the jail is unable or unwilling to provide the necessary funds.
If all goes according to plan, the car will travel to the family’s home town and bring them back to their place of birth.
This week, a project team from Florida has completed the first of two major projects to build a project car from scratch for the bond project blitz.
The first vehicle is the Project Cars 3 prototype.
It will be delivered to the city of New Orleans next week, and the next project is expected to arrive in the spring.
“The project team in Florida is really excited about getting this vehicle to the people of New Orlean,” said Chris Tocco, the project director at the American Red Cross Foundation.
It will be a project that will help people and families who need a vehicle to get back to the places they need to be, he said.
The Project Cars 2 prototype is expected in the fall.
In New Orleans, a team from the Red Cross is also planning to start work on a project vehicle for the City of New York.
The city has promised to use the funds raised by the bond blitz to pay for the cost of the vehicle.
The Red Cross, along with a group of volunteers from the American Rescue Mission, are helping the city’s financial officials find ways to pay people back for the money they’ve spent on bail.
Tocco said he was excited to work with the Red Wings and the RedCross, and he hopes to have the project vehicle ready to be delivered in the coming weeks.