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COMMUNITY PARTNER SPOTLIGHT: VILLAGE FOR VETS 

COMMUNITY PARTNER SPOTLIGHT: VILLAGE FOR VETS 

Step Up community partner Village for Vets is a dedicated nonprofit organization that fills gaps in critical services for homeless and at-risk veterans in greater Los Angeles. The non-profit offers four types of services to veterans: meals, emergency financial assistance, social support and basic needs.
PARTNER SPOTLIGHT: SPECIALTY FAMILY FOUNDATION

PARTNER SPOTLIGHT: SPECIALTY FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Specialty Family Foundation has been a generous supporter of Step Up since 2010. We interviewed the Specialty Family Foundation’s Grants Manager, Tiann Ortiz, about the homeless epidemic, the grant process, and community collaboration.
VETERAN SPOTLIGHT: ALBERTO

VETERAN SPOTLIGHT: ALBERTO

Four years ago, Step Up interviewed Step Up Member Alberto and his Service Coordinator. We caught up with Alberto last month about his journey with homelessness, mental health, and how he’s doing now. 
NEW MEMBER SPOTLIGHT: CORI BRATCHER

NEW MEMBER SPOTLIGHT: CORI BRATCHER

18 year old twins Courtney & Cori Bratcher were housed at Warley Park in Sanford, Florida on May 21, 2020 along with their mother. As the Bratcher twins settle into their new home, they have ...
NEW MEMBER SPOTLIGHT: COURTNEY BRATCHER

NEW MEMBER SPOTLIGHT: COURTNEY BRATCHER

18 year old twins Courtney & Cori Bratcher were housed at Warley Park in Sanford, Florida on May 21, 2020 along with their mother. As the Bratcher twins settle into their new home, they have ...

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