Recently, The Courageous Steps Project received a donation of $1,000.00 for all endeavors for the organization. According to CEO and founder, Connor Archer, this donation was not expected.
Archer spoke about the donation to the organization earlier today, “We are honored as an organization to have generous businesses who contribute funds, and other services to our organization” said Archer. “It was definitely a surprise for all of us to hear” added Archer.
This donation is one of many donations that Archer hopes will allow the organization to grow into more communities of Maine.
Archer’s efforts have lead The Courageous Steps Project to creating successful initiatives, and launching new ones currently.
“I am confident that this will not be the only donation. We still have a lot to get done this year and the more we receive now, the better we are in the upcoming months."
The Courageous Steps Project recently awarded $400.00 to Orono Middle School for standing desks within their classrooms.
This donation was made possible through The Courageous Steps Project’s Wishlist Initiative, which helps classroom teachers and other organizations, through smaller donations while still making a big impact.
In 2016, Orono Middle School took part in the ‘One Word’ Challenge. Orono is one of 12 schools to take the challenge so far.
If your organization is interested in applying for a Wishlist grant, you can visit our website at: www.thecourageousstepsproject.org, or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org, for any questions!
The Courageous Steps Project recently challenged the Dedham School in Dedham to the first Courageous Steps ‘One Word’ Challenge of the 2017-2018 School Year.
Founder & CEO Connor Archer visited the school on Tuesday September 19th, to deliver the official challenge. You can find a video of that posted on our Facebook page.
This marks the 12th school that has accepted a ‘One Word’ Challenge. 11 schools have completed the challenge.
To have us challenge your school, email us at: email@example.com, or visit our website to learn more!
Old Town Elementary School teachers April Poulsen, and Lesile Johnson-Wright received a Wishlist donation from The Courageous Steps Project on Monday August 28th.
The donation allowed them to purchase sensory seating for their classrooms creating a sensory area, allowing children to sit on them and read, do homework, or do an in-class activity.
They are the first teachers to receive a Wishlist donation from Old Town Elementary School. This is the 9th Wishlist donation this year. That’s nearly tripled from last year’s total.
If you are interested in helping our organization, please contact Connor Archer, our founder & CEO at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Courageous Steps Project fundraiser held at Governor's - 8/9/16