After almost 4 months when the Courageous Steps 2014 fundraiser was held, we are already starting to plan the 2nd Annual Courageous Steps fundraiser, held once again, at Victory Field @ Old Town High School. The Courageous Steps Project's founder and owner, Connor Archer says that the fundraiser will be bigger and better than last year. "We are planning so much more with the 2015 Courageous Steps Fundraiser. Expanding our advertising, and our efforts is one of the first steps that I will be continuing to do throughout the fall of 2014."
Archer plans on starting his advertising this fall, as he lets people know about the great efforts with the Courageous Steps Project. He does plan on asking for more sponsors this year than last year. He plans on starting that process in mid-november and continuing it until the beginning of May of 2015, when the Courageous Steps 2015 fundraiser will be held.
Archer hasn't announced a date quite yet for the Courageous Steps fundraiser, but says he will do so later this fall. "I want to choose a date that will bring the best potential for the Courageous Steps fundraiser, and the Courageous Steps Project."
As Archer continues to expand his Courageous Steps efforts, he will be hosting many little fundraisers which will help other areas of the Courageous Steps Project, making all proceeds from the Courageous Steps 2015 fundraiser go to organizations that held young children with special needs.
"Courageous Steps has changed the community, and has influenced so many already. It still overwhelms me to this day that younger kids who are facing the same challenges that I had to face, want to do something like I have done."
This begins another tradition says Archer, who will seek out to these younger children for next year's fundraiser.
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