Weather was a big factor in The Courageous Steps Project’s 1st annual Charity Kickball Fun-Day. Earlier in the day, steady showers threatened the event. Luckily, the moving the event to the afternoon ensured avoiding rain drops, and allowed for pleasant sunshine.
“We made this change earlier in the day at around 5:30am" said founder & CEO Connor Archer. “It is our duty as an organization to ensure that everyone is safe at our events” added Archer.
The teams still came out and played despite the last minute change, and had quite the fun experience. “I can’t say enough how great this is for my son to see events like this” said one of the team organizers. This was one of the many statements that trickled in throughout the event. Even some spectators came out to witness the fun action.
All team participants and spectators were treated to a cookout afterwards featuring burgers and hotdogs along with whoopee pies. We also had free drawings take place during the event. A free contest also took place for those who were interested.
“Our turnout was decent for the first year, and for a busy weekend” said Archer. “We had many teams that wanted to be formed, but just couldn’t pull it off due to prior commitments. It is our goal to do this on a different weekend to see if we can form more teams” added Archer.
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1st annual Courageous Steps Charity Kickball fun-day coming up this Saturday; schedule to be released later this coming week
The Courageous Steps Project will be hosting its’ 1st annual charity kickball fun-day on Saturday June 24th, at Leonard Middle School’s Oak Street softball field from 10am to 3pm.
All proceeds from the event will benefit The Courageous Steps Project, which strives to help children and young adults with developmental challenges.
Spectators are encouraged to donate $5.00-$10.00 for their admission fee.
A free cookout will take place for all team participants following the last game of the day. Hotdogs, hamburgers, will be provided along with snacks and refreshments. Spectators must pay $5.00 to participate in the cookout.
Throughout the day, a raffle will occur with four different prizes that you can win. Cash and checks are accepted only!
We will also have Courageous Steps products available for sale. Cash and checks are also only accepted!
To find out more information and updates on our charity kickball fun-day, please visit this link: 1st annual Courageous Steps Charity Kickball Fun-Day, or email us at: email@example.com.
$1,000 grant helps Brewer School Department Special Education purchase social thinking curriculum materials, therapy instructional supplies, and assistive technology
The Brewer School Department's Special Education program received a Charitable Giving grant back in December of 2016 for $1,000.00 from The Courageous Steps Project.
Since then, the program has been able to put the grant into good use purchasing social thinking curriculum materials and supplies, occupational therapy instructional supplies such as fine motor strengthening materials (therapuddy), grips and writing aids, and assistive technology to facilitate student communication.
“We cannot thank The Courageous Steps Project enough for their generosity” said Angela Moore, special education director of the Brewer School Department in an email sent to our founder & CEO Connor Archer on Friday.
“It is a pleasure to be able to support a program that strives to help children with developmental challenges” said Archer in a brief statement.
This grant was made possible through the Courageous Steps Project’s Charitable Giving initiative, which helps bigger organizations, or smaller organizations with bigger intentions to improve their classroom. To apply for a grant, please visit the Charitable Giving section of our website.
The Courageous Steps Project is preparing for its’ 1st annual Charity Kickball fun-day on Saturday June 24th, at Leonard Middle School’s Oak Street Fields from 10am to approximately 3pm.
A FREE cookout will take place for all team participants. Spectators are asked to pay a fee of $5.00.
We are currently waiting on final team names to be sent in for this event. We ask that your team registration form w/ payment be sent in by Monday June 19th. If you want to scan your registration form, and bring your payment that day, that is fine too. It is important that we know the names, so we can finalize the game day schedule.
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Congratulations to Dylan Brooks and all of our scholarship recipients on behalf of The Courageous Steps Project’s Scholarship Fund
The Courageous Steps Project released its’ 2017 scholarship fund recipients on Thursday June 8th. Scholarships were handed out at Old Town High School, Orono High School, and in other Eastern Maine High Schools.
Founder & CEO Connor Archer, had the privilege of attending the Old Town High School scholarship night to present a 2017 Courageous Steps Project scholarship to Dylan Brooks.
“This is the third year that we’ve presented scholarships to Old Town High School graduating seniors” said Archer in a brief statement later in the evening. "Being able to add more scholarship programs at other schools, is rewarding for our organization” added Archer.
Two Orono High School scholarships were received by Josiah Grace, and Curtis Voelker.
Two Eastern Maine Region-Wide Scholarships were awarded to Hailey Cole and Lynn Dwyer.
To apply for a Courageous Steps Project Scholarship, please visit the Scholarship Fund section of our website under programs.
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The Courageous Steps Project awarded $250.00 to the Nokomis High School Unified Basketball program on Friday June 2nd.
Founder & CEO Connor Archer had the privilege of delivering the check to the school’s unified basketball program.
“We already have many teams, current and new, that are looking forward to supporting our Unified Basketball fun-day next year” said Archer in a brief statement earlier today.
This donation, like many others, has been made possible by sponsors that have generously donated to this organization. We would like to thank First National Bank, Beal College, and Bangor Savings Bank for supporting this Unified Basketball fun-day.
To learn more about this program of ours, please visit the Unified Basketball fundraiser page under the fundraising section of our website.
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The Courageous Steps Project will be hosting a bottle drive at Mahan’s Redemption Center in Old Town on Sunday July 9th from 10am to 1pm.
All proceeds will benefit Courageous Steps initiatives which strive to help children and young adults with developmental challenges.
If you want to drop off your bottles at Mahan’s prior to then, feel free to do so, and just say the bottles are for the Courageous Steps Project. The earnings will be donated to our organization.
We will also have the Darlings Ice Cream For A Cause truck joining us on Sunday July 9th. As always, donations are encouraged to support Courageous Steps initiatives.
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Courageous Steps Project fundraiser held at Governor's - 8/9/16