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Crotched Mountain School

High School Student

Crotched Mountain School


Home Plate Ceremony


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Miles Forma, Crotched Mountain Foundation

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Crotched Mountain Student Miles Forma has been nominated and need votes from the public to be officially named Volunteer of the Year for his work with the Afta Foundation, a nonprofit organization that collects and sends no-longer-wanted medical and humanitarian supplies to places in medical crisis, places such as Africa, Haiti, Pakistan and other countries in need.More...

Miles Forma organizes African fundraising efforts
Miles_Forma A concern for Rwandan orphans and Sudanese refugees led Miles Forma, a 2008 Crotched Mountain School graduate, to raise awareness and thousands of dollars on their behalf.

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Paul Rusesabagina greets Miles Forma at the Fifth Annual New England African/Carribbean Festival held in August 2005

After the workshop, Miles Forma, a high school student at Crotched Mountain School , will present an analysis of the tragedy in Darfur and a brief synopsis of the Sudan relief effort sponsored by the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. Following Miles' presentation, two of the "Lost Boys of Sudan," now Crotched Mountain employees, will speak of their experiences.
Donations will be accepted. Checks should be made out to "JDC: Jewish Coalition for Sudan Relief" and sent to Miles Forma, Crotched Mountain Foundation, 1 Verney Drive , Greenfield , NH 03047 .
Last July, Miles organized a benefit for the orphans of Rwanda after seeing the movie, HotelRwanda. He was deeply moved by the courage of the hotel manager, Paul Rusesabagina, and troubled by the world's indifference to the plight of both the Tutsis and the Hutus. The following month, Miles had the opportunity to meet personally with Paul Rusesabagina, who told Miles about his concern for the people of Darfur . The following month, Miles had the opportunity to meet personally with Paul Rusesabagina, who told Miles about his concern for the people of Darfur .
"Miles is a very sensitive and caring young man," states his dance teacher, Pat Martin.
Miles uses a wheelchair for mobility and communicates using a Dynavox, an augmentative communication device.

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Webmaster Michael Cole and Student Miles Forma to Receive EP Maxwell J. Schleifer Distinguished Service Award at Home Plate Ceremony.

Cole and Crotched Mountain School student Miles Forma was honored with the EP Maxwell J. Schleifer Distinguished Service Award, an award given to individuals who have made significant charitable contributions in the community.
The awards was given at a pre-game ceremony at 5:30 pm at home plate on during the Disability Awareness Night. (Forma was unable to attend the ceremony, however Kontak accepted Forma's award on his behalf.)
"Both Mike and Miles have emerged as important leaders in their respective environments through projects and assignments they have taken on.
Forma, a New York native, has been a student at the Crotched Mountain School for five years. Although only 20, Forma is making his mark in philanthropy. Inspired by the film "Hotel Rwanda" and his religious beliefs, he has conducted a several benefits to raise money for orphans of Rwanda and the refugees of Darfur. To date, Forma has raised more than $2,500 for African relief efforts and was recently honored for his work by Governor John Lynch.

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Miles Forma, graduate of Crotched Mountain School

GREENFIELD, NH - During his graduation ceremony, using his Dynavox communication device, Crotched Mountain School student Miles Forma addressed friends, family and the staff as he thanked Crotched Mountain for all that was done to help him. Now, he will move on with a clear vision for his future.
Despite personal challenges with cerebral palsy, Miles presents concern and passion toward helping others less fortunate than himself. He has devoted significant time and energy between 2005 and the present facilitating fundraising events on behalf of African refugees; initially for orphans of Rwanda and more recently for refugees of the widely known genocide occurring within the Darfur region of Western Sudan. Miles has already raised nearly $7500 for his efforts as part of his passion toward educating and networking with others who share similar concerns.
In the fall of 2008 Miles will return to his home area in Westchester County, New York to begin taking courses in Fundraising and Board Development which will help prepare him for future employment with a non-governmental organization.

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