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After Black Friday. Give Back on Tuesday

After Black Friday. Give Back on Tuesday

On Tuesday November 28th the giving season will officially open on Giving Tuesday, a day dedicated to supporting local non-profits. Step Up, along with numerous participating organizations, ...
How to really thank a Veteran

How to really thank a Veteran

Click above to listen to the KPCC Interview with Tod Lipka and Heidi Marston from 11-9-17. Two hundred forty eight Veterans are receiving permanent supportive housing, vocational opportunities, ...
How to really thank a Veteran

How to really thank a Veteran

  Click above to listen to the KPCC Interview with Tod Lipka and Heidi Marston from 11-9-17. Two hundred forty eight Veterans are receiving permanent supportive housing, vocational ...

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 ...
Speak Out: Finding Common Ground

Speak Out: Finding Common Ground

For the past two years, Daniel’s Place (DP), a drop-in center for transitional age youth experiencing homelessness, has been home to Speak Out, a monthly writing workshop. Volunteers Lindsay and ...

An Opportunity I Did Not Want To Miss

Los Angeles area volunteers setting up 54 fully furnished apartments on the VA West LA campus to end homelessness for Veterans. “Not having served in the Armed Forces, I appreciate those who did,

And they are home!

Since January, Step Up has been preparing to house 54 Veterans experiencing homelessness in the newly refurbished Building 209, located on the West Los Angeles VA Campus. Once Step Up and ...

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