Our LifeSTEPS team in action! This morning, our LifeSTEPS team went around with food baskets for the residents. They knocked on the door, stood 6ft. back and waited for the residents to open their doors. Excellent work continues as joy and hope are delivered through the dedicated service to our residents. Please continue to support […]
A big shout out to Boyle Heights LA City Kids for donating food baskets to residents! Last night, over 50 food baskets were passed out to senior residents in need. Everyone was surprised and so appreciative of all the hard work that went into making the food baskets possible. It is small acts of kindness […]
Here at LifeSTEPS we are working to ensure everyone’s safety during these trying times. Pictured here, our employees are delivering care packages of supplies in their protective gear to our senior residents who are unable to leave their homes. No one planned for such a drastic change in living, but thanks to our incredible donors, […]
At LifeSTEPS, the health and safety of our employees, partners, and clients is a top priority. Keeping this in mind, we are taking additional steps to be extra vigilant and proactive amid peak flu season and growing concerns regarding COVID-19. We will continue to deliver programs and services at our sites to ensure we are […]
Meet 12-year-old Angela. An active participant in LifeSTEPS’ After School Program, she is known as a leader who takes the initiative to help other students after completing her homework. With a big heart, Angela also enjoys lending a hand at other LifeSTEPS events by serving food and cleaning up. But before joining the After School […]
As Alvaro proudly walked across the stage at San Jose State University, tears rolled down his eyes. As happy as he was, he could not help but think of the incredible journey that led him to that very moment. Looking at his family’s faces out in the audience cheering for him, he felt both happiness and sadness.
Carla*, mother of two, hasn’t always had the easiest life. At an early age, Carla was figuring things out on her own. Although she had a loving grandmother that raised her and her siblings, she lacked guidance when it came to planning for her future.
When Ann* moved into her new apartment last June, she did not expect to experience the struggle that she did. After being on the waiting list for a year, Ann and her husband David* were ecstatic when an opening for a one-bedroom unit became available.
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