STEP, Inc. Participating in First Tennessee Foundation's “150 Days of Giving” - We Need Your Vote!

STEP, Inc. Participating in First Tennessee Foundation

STEP, Inc., Tennessee’s Parent Training and Information Center, has been selected as one of the nonprofit organizations to participate in the "150 Days of Giving" through the First Tennessee Foundation.   The Foundation will give away $5,000 to a different Nonprofit Organization every day for 150 days. But we need your help.  Please visit and in the “Search Box” type in: STEP, Inc. and VOTE!

• No registration required and anyone can vote once a day from
  each device (PC, laptop, i-pad, smartphone, etc.).

• Winners will be determined by the organization that receives
   the highest number of cumulative votes by midnight of
   each day

• Each organization can win only once during the 150 Days of
  Giving. So let's make today STEP'S Winning DAY.

A $5,000 gift would enable STEP staff to provide services to more families, to create additional materials and trainings, improve outreach through technology, cover the needs in urban and rural areas in our state, and much more!

Remember to vote on all your devices each day. 
We appreciate your SUPPORT!


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