With the conclusion of another month of hard work and dedication to the Maasai Automotive Education Centre, our team here at ASU is excited to share our progress and goals moving forward.
Motivated by our strong start at the beginning of the semester, our team has continued to make great progress in February. As a team, the progress we have made this month can be broken down as follows:
February Fundraising Contributors
We would like to take this opportunity to recognize the amazing individuals who have supported this project with their generous donations in the month of February!
It is with deep gratitude that we recognize the following donors:
Charlene Anderson, Deidre Brodeur-Coen, Joanne Cunningham, Chelsie Hancock, Mark Henderson, Logan Rhind, Colton Sattler, Cherly Schmidt, and the many anonymous donations from our Donor Wall on our Pitchfunder site
We would also like to thank the many individuals at the Scottsdale Pavilions Car Show who graciously donated to this project!
Your generosity has helped us meet and surpass our first fundraising goal! With these funds, we have purchased the first wave of Mobile Repair kits which will be launched in the Maasailand in the first weeks of March.
As the semester is passing by quickly, our team is becoming more comfortable with the project and the goals we have for the upcoming month. For the month of March we plan to work on the following:
Chipotle Shout out:
My name is Miles Miller and my Maasai name is Ole Rakwa. I have been managing the development of the Maasai Automotive Education Centre for the past year and am back in Maasailand with my team for the next two months to work on the first stages of implementation and research for MAEC. It’s good to be back!