The Courageous Steps Project launched it's Charitable Giving initiative this past summer, with having bigger organizations apply for the grant.
On Monday December 5th, the Brewer School Department Special Education program received $1,000.00 from the Charitable Giving fund. Earlier this fall, the RSU #19 Autism Leader Team received $600.00 from the Charitable Giving fund.
Standing with founder & CEO Connor Archer, is Brewer Special Education director Angela Moore, and the Brewer School Board. Archer also took the opportunity to talk about the upcoming 'One Word' Challenge at the Brewer Community School.
"Brewer will become a support system for us as we transition into our next phase" says founder & CEO Connor Archer. Archer is also working with staff in Brewer, to get Brewer High School involved in the 'One Word' Challenge, to make it a community effort.
"I would like to see Brewer be apart of this transition, and make a statement for our organization. It will be amazing to see what happens!" added Archer.
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Last Updated on Friday July 30th, 2021 at 11:28pm
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