2017 will include the biggest transition in organization since 2014; CEO to release 2017 comprehensive plan late December
Message from founder & CEO Connor Archer
Since 2014, The Courageous Steps Project has served many individuals with developmental challenges. In 2016, we began the transition into a non-profit organization, by completing necessary paperwork. We are proud to say that we are close to this necessary step, and that we will be moving forward with our comprehensive transition plan as we head into 2017.
In 2016 alone, we released our new Scholarship Fund, aiming to support many more communities in Eastern Maine. We have also launched the Charitable Giving Fund, Wishlist Inititaive, and Sensory Learning Inititaive, to help with enforcing our policies of the organization, voted on the board of directors in 2016.
Our board of directors and I have worked countless hours to transition this organization into it's next stages. With that said, we are asking that you are patient with us as we do so.
It is my hope, to release our comprehensive plan for 2017. This plan will include our first events of the year, our timeline of events as of December 2016, and our future as an organization.
If you have any questions about this transition, please feel free to contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also mail a letter with questions or comments to our organization: The Courageous Steps Project, P.O. Box 1, Stillwater, ME 04489.
As founder & CEO, I am invested into continuing to expand initiatives of The Courageous Steps Project, as we continue forward in our transition.
Any questions or comments?
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