Who does Steps Together help?
Steps Together helps families who find themselves in an unexpected and unavoidable health crisis.
In 2016, Steps Together changed their focus area exclusively to Somerset County. Families that were receiving support prior to that change will continue to receive assistance as needed.
Is Steps Together a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization?
Yes. All donations are tax deductible and corporate matching programs apply.
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When was Steps Together founded?
Steps Together started as a community project in 2012 but applied for 501(c)(3) recognition in 2013.
Why was Steps Together created?
Steps Together was created after seeing a combined need in our community to reduce the isolation of families in crisis and the helpless feeling of those who care about them.
What does Steps Together offer?
Steps Together offers networking, fundraising guidance and/or financial support.
Does Steps Together host the story of everyone they help?
Only families who wish to have their story shared are detailed on our site.
How do I apply for support?
Anyone wishing to apply or nominate a family can click here to read more.
What is the Steps Together united walking and running team?
Every July we kick off our core fundraising event which is a united walking and running team that supports multiple beneficiaries endorsed by Steps Together. Click here for information about this event.
Can I host a fundraiser to support Steps Together?
Absolutely. You can find our event application by clicking here.
Does Steps Together work with other nonprofits?
Steps Together no longer makes financial contributions to other nonprofit organizations. We have in the past but now have so much demand that all funds raised go directly to families in our community. We do support the work of other organizations whenever possible but not financially. We even created a resource page for families which highlight organizations that could be of assistance. Organizations detailed on this page have had a direct impact on the families we have helped. Please note that this resource page is a constant work in progress.
How can I support Steps Together?
Click here to read how you can help!