On Monday June 13th, founder Connor Archer went to visit the RSU #26 (Orono) special education director Sharon Brady, to present her department with a donation of $1,000, made possible by the Courageous Steps Project's 3rd annual walk-run event in May.
This is the second year in a row that the department has received a donation from the Courageous Steps Project. In just two year's the department has received $2,000.
They've used the previous donation to buy a piece of adaptive P.E. equipment for the Asa Adams School playground. This year, they want to add a handicap swing on the Asa Adams School playground. For founder Connor Archer, giving to this program and knowing that they are using the donation for a cause like this, just allows you to relax and know that you are giving to the right places.
The special education office will notify us when they have installed the piece of equipment.
Courageous Steps Project fundraiser held at Governor's - 8/9/16
P.O. Box 1, Stillwater, ME 04489