Generous support from individuals and private foundations account for the vast majority of the Steps to Success budget each year. Your contribution is critical to our mission!
How can you support our mission?
Your gift supports Steps to Success students from elementary school to college.
$1000 contributes to a college student’s ability to meet the funding gap between financial aid and his/her tuition, helping that student stay in school and graduate on time.
$500 ensures that two middle school students have an opportunity to attend an 8-week summer STEM course in Zero Robotics.
$250 provides enrichment supplies for one school’s extended learning program for elementary aged children.
$100 provides college application fees for two high school seniors.
Ways to Donate
You can show your support directly to Steps to Success through our online donation page HERE or through these other methods:
Donate by Check: Checks should be made out to “Steps to Success, Inc.” and mailed to:
Steps to Success
P.O. Box 470421
Brookline Village, MA 02447
Donate Skills and Expertise: Interested individuals and organizations, please visit the Volunteer page and fill out a volunteer form.
Donating with a Donor Advised Fund
We are excited to announce that we have now made it even easier to donate to Steps to Success with a Donor Advised Fund (DAF) through using the portal below!
We are pleased to announce the launch of the Da Rosa Fund.
Sarah Da Rosa, the mother of four Steps to Success students, Karina, Sarina, Antonio and Christina, and wife of Antonio Rosa, served as a vital part of the STS community for many years. In 2016 tragedy struck when we lost Sarah. However this only brought the Steps to Success family closer as we spent time remembering her and her legacy. Sarah was an integral part of Steps, including her work volunteering on the Parent Council, participating in the CSI Care Package initiative and being a beacon of support for any and everyone.
This scholarship fund, started shortly after her passing, will serve students who are part of the Steps to Success program to help them fulfill their academic goals.