On Tuesday June 14, founder Connor Archer went to visit Brewer High School to deliver a check for $200 towards their unified basketball program. This comes after the amazing support from the surrounding communities in the Bangor area, for the Courageous Steps Project's 3rd annual walk-run event.
Pictured with Connor Archer, is a Unified Basketball athlete at Brewer High School, and Athletic Director David Utterback.
In the past two years, the project has given donations to special education programs, and non-profits that help these young children with challenges. This year, it was important to expand those efforts to programs that help children with challenges in the high school level in regards to athletics.
"I hope to continue to support more unified basketball programs in the Bangor area" says Connor Archer, who has now initiated the project's support for two unified basketball programs.
Next year, Archer does plan on supporting more of these programs. He says it's crucial for businesses in those communities to support the project, so these donations can happen.
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Last Updated on Saturday September 4th, 2021 at 9:57am
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