Kiwanis Club of Norwalk CT Donates $750 to Brave Enough To Fail

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Brave Enough To Fail Executive Director Wayne Winsley (center) with members of Kiwanis Key Club members from Norwalk high School.

 

The Kiwanis Club of Norwalk has donated $750 to Brave Enough To Fail.

The donation, in support of the club’s effort to bring the student motivational program to Norwalk High School and Brien McMahon High School, was made during a BETF presentation by Executive Director Wayne Winsley to members of the Kiwanis Key Club of Norwalk High at the Norwalk Inn & Conference Center on Wednesday evening.

Kiwanis District 20 Lt. Governor Paula Conte said.

“Brave Enough To Fail is a phenomenal program that is giving young people the spark they need to be more successful in school and in life.

We are proud to support this organization and excited to work together in service to our students.”

Wayne Winsley, executive director of Brave Enough To Fail says,

“I’m so honored and humbled to have such tremendous support from such a great organization as Kiwanis of Norwalk. This partnership will strengthen our ability to raise student achievement and promote leadership through service.”

Brave Enough To Fail has partnered with Kiwanis Key Clubs to provide in-school assembly style motivational presentations and scholarships at several high schools in Connecticut.

For more information go to www.BraveEnoughToFail.org

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This Teacher is Doing 10K Pushups in 60 Days to Motivate Students

 

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Local teacher and nonprofit director Wayne Winsley is putting his body on the line to inspire our youth!

He is doing 10,000 pushups in 60 Days to raise $10,000 for Brave Enough to Fail student motivational programs and scholarships at High Schools.

The mission is to help students succeed by inspiring courage and providing resources.

This past school your the program reached over 2,000 students and awarded Eight scholarships ranging from $500 to $1,000 in value to colleges and trade schools.

The program is expanding to reach even more students in its mission to cultivate a new generation of Leaders, Creators, and Achievers. 

Response from both educators and students has been rave reviews. 

“Brave Enough To Fail is an excellent motivational tool to help students believe in themselves and to set and achieve high personal goals.”

  – FosterCrawford, former Assistant Superintendent of schools Waterbury and Stamford Connecticut

“This presentation made me think of what I’m doing differently, in a good way. I now know how to strive to be the best person I am able to be. I really enjoyed your presentation today, good job!”         

Nathan, Bartlett High School

The pushups are videotaped and uploaded to the Brave Enough To Fail YouTube and Facebook pages along with the name of the sponsoring person or company.

To get involved and sponsor some pushups to inspire students Click the Link Here

 

This Teacher is doing 10K Pushups in 60 Days to Inspire Students!

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Local teacher and nonprofit director Wayne Winsley is putting his body on the line to inspire our youth!

He is doing 10,000 pushups in 60 Days (Oct 2nd through Dec 2nd ) to raise $10,000 for Brave Enough to Fail student motivational programs and scholarships at High Schools. The mission is to help students succeed by inspiring courage and providing resources.

This past school your the program reached over 2,000 students and awarded Eight scholarships ranging from $500 to $1,000 in value to colleges and trade schools.

Response from both educators and students has been rave reviews. 

“Brave Enough To Fail is an excellent motivational tool to help students believe in themselves and to set and achieve high personal goals.”

  – FosterCrawford, former Assistant Superintendent of schools Waterbury and Stamford Connecticut

“This presentation made me think of what I’m doing differently, in a good way. I now know how to strive to be the best person I am able to be. I really enjoyed your presentation today, good job!”         

Nathan, Bartlett High School

The pushups are videotaped and uploaded to the Brave Enough To Fail YouTube and Facebook pages along with the name of the sponsoring person or company.

To get involved and sponsor some pushups to inspire students Click the Link Here