Adults and children transforming their lives through employment and life skills training.

who we are

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meet the team.

 
 
 
 
 

our beliefs.

 
 
 

Mission

Adults and children transforming their lives through employment and life skills training.

 

Vision

To be the premier resource in Wake County for people seeking to improve their lives and develop stable careers.

 

Values

We believe lives are transformed through God's love and grace.

We are guided by the needs of our participants.

We are careful stewards of all relationships and resources in our care.

We seek and value diversity, inclusiveness, equality, accountability and collaboration.

We joyfully celebrate efforts and success.

 
 

our motivation.

 

 

Because unemployment and lack of resources keeps the entire community from thriving. And every family deserves stability.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 20.1% of the people in Raleigh are living below the poverty level. In some neighborhoods in Wake County, 23% of residents are unemployed. 

Many of these men and women are actively seeking employment and stability, but face barriers such as criminal backgrounds, racial inequality, histories of drug abuse, domestic violence, and/or homelessness. 

Unemployment creates vulnerable situations for hundreds of families, which prohibits people from living their best lives. 

 
 
 
 
 
 

meet the board.

 
 
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Board Chair Michael Story

Vice Chair Katherine Anne Hamlin

Finance Chair Jimmy Glover

Secretary Kirby Jones

Financial Development Chairs Anna White Hosea and John Matthews

Program Chair Brendan Hale

At Large Anne Underwood and Edmund Waddill

 

Board Members

John Martin, CAPTRUST

John Matthews, Baker Roofing

Jacques Oury, Red Hat

Anne Ramsay, Community Leader

Robert Rehm, Smith Anderson

Andrew Rose, Capitol Financial Solutions

Katherine Ross, Parker Poe

Gregg Sandreuter, Beacon Partners

Elizabeth Scott, Williams Mullen

DeShelia Spann, Harte Hanks

Harriet Stephenson, WakeMed

Michael Story, Sentinel Risk Advisors

Anne Underwood, Underwood and Roberts

Edmund Waddill, Cherokee Investments

Jacqueline Whittenburg, UNC Medical Research

Colleen Camaione-Edmonston, St. Timothy’s School

John Constance, Retired Business Executive

Angie Dowd, Retired Financial Expert

Jimmy Glover, Mid-Atlantic Securities

Jimmy Goodmon, CBC New Media Group

Brendan Hale, Baker Roofing

Katherine Anne Hamlin, Hamlin Companies

Emmett Haywood, Nicholls and Crampton

Anna Hosea, Community Leader

Ben Hughes, NC State University

Kirby Jones, Daniel Center for Science and Math

Brandon Lowery, BLLC Landscaping

Katrina Lyons, Cardinal Advisors

Maria Lyons, Community Leader

Pierre Marcella, WingSwept

 
 

YOPRO COMMITTEE.

 

The purpose of the Young Professional (YoPro) Committee is to build awareness and attract participation within the local young professional community.  The YoPro Committee will encourage a new generation of volunteerism through creative program development and initiatives to support StepUp Ministries fundraising efforts. 

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Interested in getting involved?

Check out our four sub-committees:

 

MEMBERSHIP

The Membership sub-committee’s primary responsibility is to attract and engage additional volunteers to assist with StepUp programs & events.

EVENTS

The Signature Events sub-committee is responsible for planning and carrying out several organized gatherings with the goal of fundraising and bolstering membership.  

PROGRAMS

The Programs sub-committee is responsible for collaborating with StepUp to help determine volunteer activities and related programs in support of the mission and vision.  

MARKETING

The Marketing & Public Relations sub-committee will be responsible for building StepUp Ministry’s awareness in the young professional community.  

 

meet our sponsors.

 

Foundations

 
 

 

Corporations

 
 

meet our partners.

 
 

THE GREEN CHAIR PROJECT

Reusing furnishings, renewing lives.

 

 
 

WHEELS4HOPE

Recycling cars, changing lives.

 

 
 
Triangle Family Services

TRIANGLE FAMILY SERVICES

Building a stronger community by strengthening the family.

 

 
 
Alliance Medical Ministry

ALLIANCE MEDICAL MINISTRY

Compassionate medical care for our working neighbors.

 

 
 

DRESS FOR SUCCESS

Empowering women on a journey to self-sufficiency.

 

 
 
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G.G.'S CLOSET

Providing pride and self-confidence in men.

 

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Key Facts:

• StepUp Ministry has been serving the community in Wake County since 1988.

• StepUp Ministry in Raleigh is one of three StepUp Ministry programs in North Carolina. We also have programs in Durham and Greensboro.

• 2015-2016 Program Stats:

◦ 277 participants placed in jobs with 195 different employers through the Employment Program

◦ 177 adults participated in the yearlong Life Skills Program

◦ 49 young adults participated in the Real World Program

◦ 90 children participated in the Children's Program

◦ 113 alumni continued their involvement with StepUp Ministry in the Alumni Program

Key Contacts:

Linda Nunnallee, Executive Director: lnunnallee@stepupministry.org or (919) 781-0156 x110

Mary Allison Raper, Development Director: mraper@stepupministry.org or (919) 781-0156 x125

Angela Coleman, Employment and Life Skills Program Director: acoleman@stepupministry.org or (919) 781-0156 x106

Colisha C. Stanford, Children's Program Director: cstanford@stepupministry.org or (919) 781-0156 x102

 
 
 

join the team.

 
 

Children's Program Coordinator

Position: Children’s Program Coordinator

Reports to: Children’s Program Director

Status: Part Time – 20 hours per week

Requirements:   Associate’s with 1 year of relevant experience or 5 years of relevant work experience with children ages 0-5.

                          ***Early Childhood Education Credentials Preferred***

Position Overview: The Children’s Program Coordinator will work directly with the Children’s Program Director and the Children’s Program Case Managers to build and maintain strong relationships with children and parents participating in our programs and with volunteers serving in our Children’s program. The Coordinator will aid in overseeing classrooms, instruction, and events designed to serve our children and families.

Position does require mandatory Tuesday AND Wednesday evening availability from 5:30pm to 8:30pm and occasional flexibility during the week to attend trainings, meetings, and events.  The preferred work schedule for the remaining hours is Tuesdays from 12:30pm to 8:30pm and Wednesdays from 12:30pm to 8:30pm and Thursdays from 9:00am to 1:00pm. The schedule for the remaining hours can be open to negotiation for the right candidate. 

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