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Awesome in Action is Looking for Sponsors

Awesome in Action is a non-profit organization, which means it is funded solely by contributions from the community. We raise money through online fundraisers, direct in-person contributions, corporate contributions, and programs like Amazon Smile.

Shop online using the website: http://www.smile.amazon.com and choose Awesome in Action as the nonprofit you would like to contribute to!

Raising money for any non-profit is a lot of work, and with Nick’s small (but dedicated) team, it can be really difficult to focus on this aspect of his business.

High Plains School Wide Assembly. Spread the Word to End the Word.

The purpose of this post is to reach out globally to individuals and organizations in the community about sponsoring Awesome in Action with larger or monthly contributions.

What Level of Sponsorship can you provide?

Nick is hoping to publish his second children’s book next year, but to do so, he has to raise a substantial amount of money to cover the costs. We expect the total remaining cost to publish the book to be between $4,000-5,000.

Here is a sneak peek of some illustrations from Nick’s book that is awaiting publishing!

If you know of an individual or organization that may be willing to sponsor specific presentations, events, or Nick’s second book, please contact us at:

nick@awesomeinaction.org or via the Awesome in Action Facebook page.

T.R. Paul Academy of Arts and Knowledge. Author Visit.

We would be happy to send a copy of Awesome in Action’s informational flyer via email!

Northern Colorado Home School Association. Walk in My Shoes.

Sponsors would be included in marketing materials as well as be featured here on Nick’s website and his social media if they wish.

University Schools of Greeley. Writer’s Workshop.

With the funds that we raise, Awesome in Action can not only produce a new book reflecting a hero using adaptive equipment, but also provide inspiration for acceptance of individuals of any and all abilities. Become a sponsor today, and….

Together we can work to spark a shift in the way we view abilities!

Collinwood Assisted Living and ILS Bazaar

Collinwood Assisted Living

Nick, Audrey and Abby were ready to go!

This month Nick is thankful for many things in his life, his family, friends, and the opportunity to get back into in-person events!

Nick was lucky enough to have the opportunity to present Anyone Can Be a Hero at Collinwood Assisted Living last week. This presentation was Nick’s first in person event since 2019 and he was so happy to be able to get back in the swing of things!

Anyone Can Be a Hero focuses on finding your inner superpowers to become a superhero in your community.

After sharing his own story and experience being a hero, Nick enjoyed hearing the residents share stories of being heroes in their own lives.

Nick wants to thank Collinwood Assisted Living for having him, and helping him get back into doing in person events, and the residents for their questions and stories.

Nick and Audrey asking for questions from the residents

Immanuel Lutheran School Christmas Bazaar

It’s almost Thanksgiving, which means it’s getting closer and closer to Christmas! Christmas is Nick’s favorite holiday, and he enjoys spending time with his family and getting them gifts every year.

What better place to find a perfect gift than the ILS Christmas Bazaar! This annual event showcases many different vendors with items like baked goods and crafts.

Nick making sure everything is in order

Nick was able to participate as a non-profit vendor, and he was happy to speak to attendees about Awesome in Action, offer his book for donations, hand out flyers and make some new friends!

Besides getting to tell people about his business and mission, Nick’s favorite part was getting his picture taken with Santa!

Ho ho ho!

Nick enjoyed doing some Christmas shopping, and really got in the holiday spirit!

Thank you ILS for the opportunity!