Step by Step Appoints Debbie Moreton New CEO
We are delighted to announce that Debbie Moreton has been appointed the new CEO of Step by Step. Her appointment recognises her many years as an advocate for young people and the integral role she has played in shaping Step by Step’s journey.
Coronavirus: The Impact on Young People
While young people appear to be at less physical risk from COVID-19, there is evidence that they are disproportionately affected in terms of housing and homelessness, employment and education, and mental health.
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Supported Lodgings Extends into Wiltshire
We are delighted to announce the extension of our Supported Lodgings service into Wiltshire, thereby accommodating and supporting more vulnerable young people that ever before.
Overwhelming Response to Emergency Appeal
Our Emergency Appeal in response to the coronavirus crisis has raised an incredible £93,000, thanks to overwhelming support from individuals, companies, trusts and community groups.
National Emergencies Trust supports Step by Step
We are delighted to have received an incredible £10,000 grant from the Hampshire & Isle of Wight Community Fund as a result of the coronavirus appeal from the National Emergencies Trust.
Young People Show Resilience in Lockdown
The current climate is hard for all of us, with the menace of COVID-19 looming over everything we do and most of us confined to our homes. But for young people who don’t have a home, the coronavirus crisis is even tougher.
5 Ways to Look After Your Mental Health
Step by Step counsellor Sarah Hart looks at five ways we can manage our mental health and wellbeing during the challenge of the Coronavirus outbreak.
Get Involved in the 2.6 Challenge
Step by Step has joined the 2.6 Challenge, a fun and easy way to raise money from the organisers of the London Marathon. Get involved and help fundraise for our charity at this time of crisis.
Coronavirus Emergency Appeal
We have launched an emergency appeal in response to the coronavirus outbreak. We are determined that COVID-19 won’t prevent us from supporting the vulnerable young people who rely on us.
Kindness Can Bridge the Gap
We were delighted to receive a generous offer of help from one of our corporate supporters, No Fear Bridge. They reached out to us to offer emergency funding at a time they know charities are facing unprecedented challenges
Our Response to COVID-19 Coronavirus
With recent events regarding the COVID-19 coronavirus, we would like to update you on our response to what is an uncertain and emerging situation. We take the health and safety of the young people we support and our members of staff very seriously.