3rd annual Courageous Steps Back-To-School Drive another success; still collecting donations of supplies until Friday Aug. 12th.
The Courageous Steps Project held another successful back-to-school drive, collecting several boxes of school supplies, and donations to be used to purchase more supplies.
Governor's also donated money from Ice Cream cones sold that day.
Founder, and soon to be CEO Connor Archer, spent from 8:30am to 6:00pm outside the well-known Governor's Restaurant & Bakery to collect supplies. The Old Town Recreation Center's leaders group came by and helped hold signs, and even collected donations from people. "It's great to have these kids see how successful a fundraiser can be." says Archer. This is the second year that the leaders group has partnered with the fundraiser to do this.
Even though we received lots of donations that day, we are still in need for supplies. Around Old Town & Orono communities, there are bins with a Courageous Steps Back-To-School Drive sign. They are either Black, White, or Green. From now until Friday August 12th, you can drop a bag or bag(s) of supplies at those locations. You can find a full list of locations on the homepage of our website.
We are still in need of Clorox Wipes, Expo Markers, Binders, Lunch Boxes, Backpacks, along with other supplies. Anything that you can supply would help our cause very much.
Contact Connor Archer at: email@example.com with any questions.
Courageous Steps Project fundraiser held at Governor's - 8/9/16
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