Breaking The Cycle of Homelessness — One Dollar At A Time.
When you give a gift of money to Stepping Stone, you’re helping people experiencing homelessness take steps toward self-sufficiency and independence. Every gift is greatly appreciated and directly supports people working hard to break the cycle of homelessness.
Please contact Julie Jeppson about Financial Donations.
Five Ways To Give. Thousands of Lives Changed A Million. Thanks for Your Support.
Tax ID# 20-3226868
Automated Monthly Giving
Become a Keystone Member when you elect to make an automated monthly gift to Stepping Stone from your bank account or credit card. Many companies offer programs like YourCause, Network for Good , or United Way that give directly to Stepping Stone through automatic payroll deductions. Talk with your employer about setting up your recurring gift.
Mail A Check
Send your gift by mail to:
Stepping Stone Emergency Housing
P.O. Box 996
Anoka, MN 55303
Automatic Payroll Deductions
Many companies offer programs like YourCause, Network for Good or United Way that give directly to charities through automatic payroll deductions. Talk with your employer about setting up a recurring gift to Stepping Stone.
Allocate Thrivent Choice Dollars
Are you a Thrivent member? Allocate your Choice Dollars to Stepping Stone. Click HERE for more information.
Keeping people homeless costs taxpayers $30,000 – $50,000 per year*.
That’s why moving people out of homelessness and into self-sufficiency is good for everyone in our community. Your support means that more people in our community are able to work, to contribute, to make a better life for themselves and to be a positive impact on our society.
Stepping Stone Emergency Housing is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Because no goods or services will be exchanged, your gift is fully tax deductible as allowed by law. Our Tax ID # is 20-3226868.
“Our partnership with Stepping Stone is so important because they are supporting people who are dealing with homelessness. We’re passionate about creating that better way for people to live and that doesn’t just mean in one of our apartments, that also means supporting the people in our community.”
To provide emergency shelter and critical support services to individuals 18 and older experiencing homelessness while striving toward self-sufficiency.