Meet Our New Company Secretary
We are delighted to introduce Lucy Barnes, joining our Board of Trustees in the key role of Company Secretary. She tells us about the role and why she wanted to volunteer for Step by Step.
Sleep Out Goes Virtual
The Step by Step Sleep Out is back for it's 10th year, but this year we're doing things differently. Sleep Out At Yours invites people to sleep out in their gardens on 9th October 2020 and get sponsored to raise money for local young people facing homelessness.
Care Home Residents Take on Virtual Cycle
Residents of Gracewell care home in Church Crookham are raising money for Step by Step with a virtual bike ride. The group are cycling from Land's End to John O’Groats using to give local young people a brighter future.
86-Year-Old to Walk 30 Miles for Step by Step
86-year-old Leslie Clarke is walking 30 miles on 29th August 2020 to raise money for Step by Step. He is taking on the challenge despite his advanced years and recent leg injuries.
Sleep Out for Young People Facing Homelessness
Sleep Out Extreme will see participants bedding down under the iconic hanger at Farnborough Business Park, Hampshire on 9th October 2020. The aim is to get sponsored and raise money for local young people facing homelessness.
Walkers Raise Money for Young People
The Step by Step Sponsored Walk was a great success, raising a fantastic £3,600 to support young people facing homelessness.
Introducing Our New Trustees
We are delighted to introduce you to three exciting new additions to our board of trustees. Andrew Mitchell, Caroline Skerry and James Mowat join an experienced board, bringing with them a wealth of expertise, passion and ideas.
Supported Lodgings Featured on BBC News
The BBC recently covered the story of Olivia, a 17-year-old living with a Supported Lodgings host. Supported Lodgings now provides her with a family living environment and a caring host to act as a mentor and confidant.
Spring/Summer Newsletter - Now Available Online
Step by Step's twice-yearly newsletter is now available online for the first time - a more convenient and eco-friendly way to read about what we've been up to.
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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