The Courageous Steps Project is working on preparing for it's busy time of year. Usually this busy time occurs from May-September.
It all starts off with our walk-run in May. For three years now, the walk-run has generated over $10,000. This year, the project has already surpassed it's sponsorships from last year, and is now focusing on donations & registrations for the events to make this year's fundraiser "the best yet".
In June, founder Connor Archer, will be presenting donations to many local organizations that help young children with challenges, and hopefully unified basketball programs in Brewer, Orono & Hampden. Also in June, Archer will be awarding his second class of scholarship(s) to graduating Old Town High School seniors. At the Green House Nursery School, Archer will hope to continue his exterior portion of the project, by installing a storage shed in the playground, and possibly installing new playground equipment. This will be a project that runs through the summer. Archer will also continue to complete his technology expansion project at the school, and maintain the gardens.
Throughout the rest of the summer, Archer will be focusing on the 3rd annual Courageous Steps Back to School Drive, and coming up with new projects for the Courageous Steps Project to take on.
If you have any questions, please email Connor Archer at: email@example.com.
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Courageous Steps Project fundraiser held at Governor's - 8/9/16
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