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Get Your Lattes at
One Cup Espresso
and Donate to Next Step

Now through December 31st, One Cup Espresso will donate 2% of their sales to the Next Step.

In September, One Cup donated nearly $1,500 to Habitat Humanity's Oso Long Housing Recovery Fund. One Cup is a wonderful example of our generous  community.

Next to the Chevron on East Main
and on Facebook

Thank you!

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You Can Share
Holiday Celebrations
with our Neighbors in Need

Share the joy of Thanksgiving and Christmas with our neighbors who otherwise will not have much to celebrate.

Donate toward the cost of Thanksgiving Dinners.

Love to shop? Choose a family that's just the right size for your Christmas giving.

Hate to shop? We'll do it for you!

Visit our Holiday Giving Page for more information.

 

DROP IN 
COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTER

Our Drop – In Center is a safe, welcoming, and respectful place. Here, you can find help, encouragement, and connection to resources. The coffee is always on and we are here to help.

More about how we help >

TUESDAY
COMMUNITY
DINNERS

Tuesday evenings at 6pm volunteers prepare and serve delicious dinners. We always have plenty! Join us for dinner and stay for Life Skills Classes.

Dinner info > 
and

Life Skills Class schedule >

KIDZ CLUB
AFTER SCHOOL
ROGRAM

Kidz Club is an after school program for elementary age students. We meet Tuesday and Thursday afternoons for help with homework, reading and math, to learn new life skills, and fun!

Check out Kidz Club! >

 

GROWING TOGETHER
TEEN MOMS

Teen moms and their children find encouragement and support. They grow together as they  learn from each other and their mentors. Facebook us for news and activities.

Growing Together › 

HOMELESS
YOUTH OUTREACH

Every week we see 30 - 40 homeless and street-involved teens. We help them get ID's, go back to or remain in school, explore safe and secure housing, and more.

See how we help >

COLD WEATHER SHELTER

When the temperature falls below freezing, the Monroe Cold Weather Shelter opens.
Last winter, the shelter gave homeless individuals a safe, warm place to stay 168 times.

You can help  - find out how >

…about our mission, our history, and more About Us > 

…what poverty looks like in our community and Our Response >

…why we do Kidz Club >

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Love to cook or serve?

Join a Community Dinner cooking team >

Will you spend a hour with a child living in poverty, reading together or helping with homework, so they don’t have to be embarrassed to go to school tomorrow?

Join us at Kidz Club >

We always have room for New Volunteers >

Last year, we multiplied every dollar in cash donated to the Next Step into $6.77 of program services to our neighbors in need.

We promise to use your investment wisely in offering friendship, help, and hope to our neighbors in need.