The Courageous Steps Project's Charitable Giving fund recently distributed it's first Charitable Giving grant since the launching of the Charitable Giving fund this past summer.
The lucky recipient was the RSU #19 Autism Leader team, which serves the communities of Newport, Corinna, Palmyra, St. Albans, Hartland, Etna, Dixmont, and Plymouth.
This team will purchase three more finger print sensors for a computer program that monitors health issues with children that may have certain developmental challenges. The team will also purchase a television for a karaoke set that was purchased with another grant, for a special education room at one of their schools.
The Courageous Steps Project hopes to continue providing assistance to more communities, like the communities served by RSU #19. This is the first donation in the region too, so we hope to continue expanding in the region so we can help this community too.
"We are excited to see where our Charitable Giving initiative goes. We hope to expand our efforts like the 'One Word' Challenge, and the Wishlist initiative into this region too. Our board of directors, along with myself, are excited to continue to move this organization forward" said founder Connor Archer.
If you want to support programs like this one, please visit our contributions page, to find out how to donate. If you want to send a donation by mail, please mail it to: The Courageous Steps Project, P.O. Box 1, Stillwater, ME 04489.
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