Has STEP helped you in some way? Then give us a High 5!
Support STEP by taking part in our High 5 - Give $5 Campaign
make a donation of $5 to STEP (Support and Training for Exceptional Parents)
during our Spring fundraising event.
Giving us a High 5 is super simple way to help
us empower families who have children with disabilities.
We believe every child
matters and that every child should have access to an education that leads to
self-sufficiency, employment, and meaningful community involvement.
Help STEP spread the word.
Pick someone you can
High 5 with and post a picture on Facebook, Instagram, or tag us on Twitter
@tnstep with #STEPHigh5.
Include one of our
posters in your picture, or feel free to create your own!
High Five Create Your Own Poster
High Five for My Copy of the Parent Manual
High Five Helping Me Learn My Rights
Go ahead and High 5 with your child, your spouse, a friend, your co-workers, or
even with your pet. Be sure and tell others that you took part in STEP’s
High 5 - Give $5 campaign and donated to STEP, Inc and challenge them to do the
We hope to see your photo and your High Five Moment Soon! Take part in the High
Five - Give $5 campaign today!
www.tnstep.org/donate Donate, Post, Like,
THANKS FOR HELPING CREATE “A
BRIGHTER FUTURE FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES” IN TENNESSEE.
Your financial support
makes our work possible. When you give to STEP, Inc., a 501(3) charitable
organization, your donation supports parent training programs, printing and
distribution of educational packets and material, individual assistance,
referrals, support and services, and public awareness. STEP’s services
are available FREE to any parent or family member of a student(s) with
disabilities and families who suspect their child may have a disability.
Donations are also welcomed via mail. Send your donation to:
STEP, Inc., 712
Professional Plaza Drive, Greeneville, TN 37745
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