Good Will-Hinckley Fundraiser
Organized By: Michelle Theriault
Fundraiser Goal: $2,500
Campaign Dates: Sep 2, 2016 to Sep 23, 2016
Hello! Thank you for your decision to support our fundraising campaign! Reverend George Walter Hinckley started Good Will Home in 1889. His mission was to help needy boys and girls. Today, Good Will-Hinckley (GWH) has made changes, however we still continue to help boys and girls. Whether it is to give them a learning environment that better suites their style of learning or a place to live as they continue to learn and grow.
Good Will-Hinckley (GWH) has a variety of programs on campus. The proceeds from this campaign will assist our youth, from the ages of elementary school to college, with the ability to do after school activities and field trips. For more information please visit www.gwh.org.
All orders will be processed and products will be shipped approximately 2-3 weeks after this fundraising campaign closes. Proceeds will be paid directly to Good Will-Hinckley.
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The Maine Academy of Natural Sciences (MeANS) is a charter high school that is geared towards hands-on learning and agriculture. The school takes several trips a year, including area farms. The students also participate in afterschool activities such as biking, canoeing, snowshoeing and strategy games. Some of the students live on campus during the school week and participate in campus living activities. Our Glenn Stratton Learning Center (GSLC) is a K-12 educational facility and has students with severe emotional and behavioral challenges. These students participate in field trips and do some outside activities as well. The goal is for these students to gain the skills necessary to reintegrate back to a public school setting. Our campus also houses our College Step-Up (CSU) students, ages 18 to 26. This program is designed for those who have a GED or high school diploma, but need assistance with obtaining their college education and life skills. CSU students live on campus year round and attend a local post-secondary school. CSU students must take at least one college course, a semester, to be able to stay on campus. They have an advisor who will take them off campus to do group activities.