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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 ...

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 ...

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

#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 ...

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 ...

“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 ...

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