A message from founder Connor Jacob Archer:
It gives me now great pleasure, to wish all our donors a Happy Holidays from the Courageous Steps Project.
I would like to thank everyone, for supporting the Courageous Steps Project for the past two years. It is important that every young child, that lives with a challenge, is supported to succeed. It is because of your generous donations, that we were able to donate over $8,000 this year to local programs that help young children with challenges.
Along with that, we donated boxes filled with school supplies, to 12 area schools, completed two phases of a technology expansion project at the Green House Nursery School, and completed a first phase of a 'One Word' Project. We've also started the Eastern Maine 'One Word' Challenge, and have already accepted the Veazie Community School's 'One Word' video just yesterday.
The Courageous Steps Project is not just about raising money, or completing projects that involve money. It's about educating those around our communities, about the challenges that young children face, and how we can help make awareness of those challenges.
We've completed our 2015: A Year in Review profile, and we ask that you take a look, on what the Courageous Steps Project has accomplished in just one year. Just think what we can accomplish in 2016, with the great year we had in 2015. The link is included below my message.
I also encourage you to take a second, and comment on our Facebook page, about our website, and what I can do to make it better. If you have any questions, or comments about our website, you can contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org. I would be happy to answer any of your questions, and resolve any issues that are present on our website.
2015: A Year In Review
Courageous Steps Project fundraiser held at Governor's - 8/9/16
P.O. Box 1, Stillwater, ME 04489