Stepping Stone helps area’s homeless youth

For the past few months, the Stepping Stone Emergency Housing guests, staff and board have been raising money for homeless youth.

On Oct. 25, Julie Jeppson, Stepping Stone’s development director, presented over $300 to two Hope4Youth volunteers, Skip Hassman and Deb Lande.

Julie Jeppson (right), Stepping Stone Emergency Housing development director, presents over $300 to two Hope4Youth volunteers, Skip Hassman (left) and Deb Lande (center).

Julie Jeppson (right), Stepping Stone Emergency Housing development director, presents over $300 to two Hope4Youth volunteers, Skip Hassman (left) and Deb Lande (center).

Hope4Youth is much more than a youth drop-in site in Anoka. It provides one meal per day, showers, computers and a central location where youth can feel safe, valued and supported.

“It was our pleasure to give the youth our support,” said Kevin Martineau, Stepping Stone executive director.

“We are all in this together and need to support everyone when and where we can.”

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