Every year, the generous support of individuals and foundations propel our mission to new heights. When you give to Steps, you invest in our students' futures and change lives in the process. We cannot thank you enough for all you have done and will do for our students.
Our donors never cease to amaze us, because they fully grasp the importance of their support. Over 80% of every dollar we raise goes directly to running and funding our programs. The deck is stacked against our students. Together, we can level the playing field for them.
What Can Your Gift Bring To Life?
$1000 pays for every STS college student to receive two care packages during the year.
$500 funds a college student's textbooks during their first semester.
$250 allows an elementary student to attend summer camp for two weeks.
$100 covers transportation for high school seniors to attend fall college visits.
$50 provides supplies for two afterschool science enrichment classes.
Ways You Can Give
There are more ways to give to Steps than ever before!
You can give online
You can mail a check to:
Steps to Success, Inc.
P.O. Box 470421
Brookline Village, MA 02447
You can text "Brookline" to 50155
You can do your regular Amazon shopping via AmazonSmile and designate Steps as your preferred charity
You can give on our Facebook Page
You can also give through a Donor Advised Fund (DAF) using the portal below!
P.S. Don't forget to ask your employer to match your gift!
The Da Rosa Fund
Sarah Da Rosa, the mother of Steps to Success students Karina, Sarina, AJ, and Christina, and wife of Antonio Rosa, was a vital part of the STS community for many years. In 2016, we tragically lost Sarah. Even as we grieved, the Steps to Success family grew closer and spent time fondly remembering her and her legacy. Sarah was an integral part of Steps, including her work on the Parent Council, participating in the CSI Care Package Night, and being a beacon of support for anyone and everyone.
This scholarship fund, started shortly after her passing, will serve Steps to Success students and help them realize their academic and life goals.