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40 years of homelessness ENDED for Frank M.

At 58, Frank M. had been living on the streets of San Bernardino since he was 18. On February 23, he signed his new lease on life and moved into permanent supportive housing! When Step Up CEO Tod Lipka saw the photo of Frank’s lease signing, he remarked, “Amazing to see him signing the lease and […]

Step Up CEO, Board Member, and TAY Member on NPR!

Step Up participated on a panel for  NPR’s new show 1A*, discussing innovative efforts to end homelessness across America. Tod Lipka, Step Up President & CEO, Step Up board member, Philip Mangano (President of the American Round Table to Abolish Homelessness and former Executive Director of the US Interagency Council on Homelessness), Governor Hickenlooper from CO and […]

Step Up: A Year in Review

There is still time to Double Your Impact!

Ron & Gabrielle Greenberg will double your gift! Step Up Advisory Board member Rob Greenberg and his wife Gabrielle have generously offered a year end matching challenge. The Greenberg’s will match all year-end gifts made to Daniel’s Place between now and December 31, 2016, dollar for dollar, up to $10,000 total. Thank you to the […]

Holiday Wishes from the Board, Staff, and Members of Step Up

               Recovery is possible!    

A daughter’s remembrance on Pearl Harbor Day.

Today is Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. My father, mother, and sister were there at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. As Lt. Commander of the U.S.S. Mugford, my father led one of the three ships that made it safely out of the harbor that morning. For my family, and for all of us, today is […]

#Giving Tuesday November 29, 2016

                                                                       Hope & Services for Transition Age Youth Step Up is raising $10,000 through Google’s One Today giving platform to provide vocational […]

National Philanthropy Day 2016

The goal of National Philanthropy Day is to increase public interest in and awareness of the importance of civic involvement; spur action to connect with causes and each other; share the inspiration of what others are doing; and create innovative ideas for effective philanthropic engagement. Today we join communities across the globe in recognizing all […]

“I am, because of who we all are.”

The eldest of six children in a family headed by a career Army man, surrounded by positive male role models, and encouraged to secure an education, Alberto B. graduated with a major in political science from UC Berkeley, married his high school sweetheart, and joined the Army. Alberto learned to drive tanks and was stationed […]

LA Times journalist shines a light on the most vulnerable and PSH

In an recent LA Times article dramatically illustrating the critical plight of the most vulnerable individuals experiencing homelessness and mental heath issues on the streets of Hollywood,  journalist Steve Lopez pointed out: “It wasn’t all gloom and doom Friday. I met up midmorning with L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti who’s been stumping for Measure HHH, arguing that in […]

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