If it were two years ago, you couldn't convince Connor Archer that a double digit figure would be possible. "Achieving that much money is a challenge, and it takes a lot of support from the community" said Archer.
Since the project's establishment in 2014, the total is now over $28,000, and close to approaching $30,000. $18,600 has been donated to local programs that help young children with challenges. Several other project's have taken place with the other funds, and the growth of the scholarship fund is impressive.
Archer wants to thank the local businesses for their tremendous support. The first year, there were 13 sponsors. Last year, there were 26 sponsors. This year, the project has collected 52 sponsors, and continues to seek businesses to support the project in other ways.
The project is not only about donating money to organizations. Projects such as the Green House Nursery School Sensory Gardens started in 2012, the technology initiative project at the school, 'One Word' Challenge videos with local schools, and so much more. This has truly demonstrated what the project is all about, and why the Courageous Steps Project continues to grow.
Any questions or comments?
Courageous Steps Project fundraiser held at Governor's - 8/9/16
Last Updated on Sunday November 28th, 2021 at 11:28am
Copyrighted © The Courageous Steps Project 2014-2021
Contact Us (By Email): email@example.com
Contact us (By Mail): The Courageous Steps Project, P.O. Box 1, Stillwater, ME 04489
All information, logos, pictures, videos, and articles are either created by The Courageous Steps Project, Inc. or used with permission from other sources. All logos, and photos are copyrighted under the rights of The Courageous Steps Project, Inc., a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Permission to use any images or logos, must be directed to the Chairman/President & CEO or Board of Directors.
To become a partner of The Courageous Steps Project, please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.