Thursday, November 16, 2017

Brave Enought to Fail Teams with Newman's Own Foundation

Great News!!

Schools and school systems coast to coast are requesting the Brave Enough To Fail program for their students. That means your support will impact literally THOUSANDS of young people nationwide with a strong, positive message of education, courage, and achievement, plus scholarships to help them turn their dreams into reality.

That is why we're SUPER EXCITED to let you know that we're a part of the Newman's Own Foundation $500k Holiday Challenge. It's a friendly fundraising campaign launched by Newman's Own Foundation where 501c3 organizations compete to raise the most money with the top teams winning grand prize cash donations.

It starts on November 21st and a total of $500,000 will be given away to organizations in the Challenge. We're ready to raise as much money as we can so we can win the $150,000 grand prize donation to provide motivational programs and scholarships to schools and students nationwide!

How You Can Help, We Need People To Join Our Team As Fundraisers

Please consider joining our "Brave" team as a fundraiser. By setting up a campaign for our cause and reaching out to your network of supporters,(Maybe using something like....#Brave!) YOU can help us make an even bigger impact and get us closer to that grand prize!

It takes less than five minutes to set up a fundraiser. All you have to do is Go Here and click Join the Team & Create Your Own Fundraiser.

Teachers and Administrators:
If your school is on our list below of schools we are fundraising for, you can help by creating a fundraiser page for your school and having everyone share it with their friends and families!
If your school isn't on our target list, go to our website and sign up today.
If for some reason you can't fundraise for our campaign, we'll reach out when the Challenge launches to ask you to give to our cause. Every donation makes a difference, no matter how big or small.

Thank you in advance for your support.

Wayne Winsley,
Executive Director Brave Enough To Fail Inc. 

Educators Coast To Coast Are Requesting The Brave Enough To Fail Program For Their Students 

These are the schools that have contacted us in regards to bringing Brave Enough To Fail to their schools to motivate and inspire students to achieve their dreams.

We can't do it without your help!

Wenonah High School Birmingham Alabama

Delta High School Delta Junction Alaska

Flowing Wells United School District ,Tucson Arizona

Little Rock Arkansas School District Little Rock Arkansas

Delta Vista Middle School,  Oakley CA

Westhill High School Stamford Connecticut

Hillsborough County Schools Tampa Fllorida

Miami Dade County School System Miami Florida

Martin County School District, Stuart Florida

Lucy Craft Laney High School, Augusta Georgia

East Moline High, East Moline Illinois

Scottsburg High, Scottsburg Indiana

Atchison Public Schools, Atchison Kansas

Christian County School District, Hopkinsville Kentucky

Chaska High School Chaska Minnesota

Gustavus Adolphus College, Saint Peter Minnesota

Cicely Tyson High, East Orange New Jersey

Cathedral High, New York City  New York

ST. Timothy’s High, Raleigh North Carolina

Cleveland County Schools, Shelby North Carolina

Mott/Regent High School, Mott North Dakota

Maumee High School, Maumee Ohio

Ferndale High, Johnstown Pennsylvania

Sultan High, Sultan Washington
Taking charge of your destiny and being the BOSS of your dream was exactly the message delivered recently to over 200 students at New Britain High School in New Britain Connecticut.
If your school isn't on our list of schools to visit, sign up now at

Show World Who's Boss of Your Dream

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