Business Model to Train Intellectually Disabled Uses Food Truck

The Nicholas Project is buying a shaved ice truck to train intellectually disabled people and will be self sustaining with no government aide.
Food
$1,015USD
raised of $17,500 goal
6%
0 time left
This campaign started on Jul 21 and closed on November 15, 2012 (11:59pm PT).
Flexible Funding
Campaign Closed
This campaign ended on November 15, 2012
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  • $1USD
    Free Snow Cone

    Contribute $1 and receive our heartfelt thanks for helping to make The Nicholas Project a success. If, or when, you are in Lubbock, come by and receive a free shaved ice snow cone for being our friend.You will also receive the electronic edition of our Nicholas Project Newsletter keeping you abreast of the program's progress of helping cognitively disabled individuals.

    Estimated delivery: May 2013

    0 out of 12345 claimed

  • $10USD
    Free Shaved Ice Sno-Cone

    Receive a certificate that will get you a free sno-cone anytime you are in Lubbock. If you live in Lubbock or visit often, your certificate will be good for 1 sno-cone per week for 1 year. You will also receive the Nicholas Project Newsletter keeping you abreast of the program's progress of helping cognitively disabled individuals.

    Estimated delivery: November 2012

    3 out of 500 claimed

  • $25USD
    Framed Certificate

    Receive a Friends of the Nicholas Project framed certificate. You are responsible for helping the Nicholas Project become successful and you deserve recognition. Let others see how you made a difference in the lives of these wonderful individuals. You will also receive the newsletter and the certificate for free sno-cones.

    Estimated delivery: November 2012

    0 out of 500 claimed

  • $50USD
    Free Nicholas Project T-shirt

    Receive a Nicholas Project T-shirt. T-shirts will be sent out after the funding campaign ends. You will also receive the newsletter and the free sno-cone certificate as well as the framed certificate.

    Estimated delivery: November 2012

    3 out of 300 claimed

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