Jun
7
Mon
STEP Class 35
Jun 7 @ 9:00 am – Jul 1 @ 1:00 pm
STEP Class 35
The Success Training Employment Program (STEP) is a workforce development program dedicated to enhancing job-readiness skills. The first 120 hours are made up of in-class discussion-based learning in the areas of Emotional Intelligence, Empowerment Training, Workplace Skills and Job Acquisition. Following graduation students work with our Workforce Development Manager and Success Coach to help them get hired and stay employed.
Jul
26
Mon
STEP Class 36
Jul 26 @ 9:00 am – Aug 19 @ 1:00 pm
STEP Class 36
The Success Training Employment Program (STEP) is a workforce development program dedicated to enhancing job-readiness skills. The first 120 hours are made up of in-class discussion-based learning in the areas of Emotional Intelligence, Empowerment Training, Workplace Skills and Job Acquisition. Following graduation students work with our Workforce Development Manager and Success Coach to help them get hired and stay employed.
Jul
29
Thu
Campus Tour @ UP Orlando
Jul 29 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Campus Tour @ UP Orlando
Tour the UP Orlando campus to learn how United Against Poverty is lifting lives across Florida. Contact Lizzie Fredrick, Development Manager, at (407) 650-0774 ext. 413 to schedule a campus tour. Visit UPOrlando.org for more information.

United Against Poverty is a registered 501c3 nonprofit with campuses in Indian River County, Orlando, and St. Lucie County Florida. Our mission is to serve those in poverty by providing crisis care, case management, transformative education, food and household subsidy, employment training and active referrals to other collaborative social service providers.

United Against Poverty Orlando was founded to notice the hundreds of thousands of people in need who were going unnoticed in Central Florida. At the time, there was not a widespread definition of the population we have now come to know as the working poor, but it was clear that a new approach was needed to help lift up our neighbors in need. Our hand UP, not handout model began with a Member Share Grocery Program, which offered much-needed dignity for families. Its popularity quickly grew, and, as traffic to our campus increased, program participants expressed a need for additional on-site services. Our organization evolved from simply helping families put food on the table to becoming a “one stop shop” where those in need can turn to for food and household subsidy, crisis care, educational opportunities, employment training and placement, and the opportunity to break free from the cycle of poverty—once and for all.

United Against Poverty has campuses in Orlando, Indian River County, and St. Lucie County. Our Success Training Employment Program (STEP) and our Member Share Grocery Centers, along with crisis care and continuing education opportunities, provide a holistic 360-degree approach to offering a hand up, and not a hand out. Visit unitedagainstpoverty.org to learn more about who we are, what we do, and why we need YOUR help to continue lifting lives across Florida.

Aug
3
Tue
Campus Tour @ UP Orlando
Aug 3 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am
Campus Tour @ UP Orlando
Tour the UP Orlando campus to learn how United Against Poverty is lifting lives across Florida. Contact Lizzie Fredrick, Development Manager, at (407) 650-0774 ext. 413 to schedule a campus tour. Visit UPOrlando.org for more information.

United Against Poverty is a registered 501c3 nonprofit with campuses in Indian River County, Orlando, and St. Lucie County Florida. Our mission is to serve those in poverty by providing crisis care, case management, transformative education, food and household subsidy, employment training and active referrals to other collaborative social service providers.

United Against Poverty Orlando was founded to notice the hundreds of thousands of people in need who were going unnoticed in Central Florida. At the time, there was not a widespread definition of the population we have now come to know as the working poor, but it was clear that a new approach was needed to help lift up our neighbors in need. Our hand UP, not handout model began with a Member Share Grocery Program, which offered much-needed dignity for families. Its popularity quickly grew, and, as traffic to our campus increased, program participants expressed a need for additional on-site services. Our organization evolved from simply helping families put food on the table to becoming a “one stop shop” where those in need can turn to for food and household subsidy, crisis care, educational opportunities, employment training and placement, and the opportunity to break free from the cycle of poverty—once and for all.

United Against Poverty has campuses in Orlando, Indian River County, and St. Lucie County. Our Success Training Employment Program (STEP) and our Member Share Grocery Centers, along with crisis care and continuing education opportunities, provide a holistic 360-degree approach to offering a hand up, and not a hand out. Visit unitedagainstpoverty.org to learn more about who we are, what we do, and why we need YOUR help to continue lifting lives across Florida.

Aug
12
Thu
Campus Tour @ UP Orlando
Aug 12 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Campus Tour @ UP Orlando
Tour the UP Orlando campus to learn how United Against Poverty is lifting lives across Florida. Contact Lizzie Fredrick, Development Manager, at (407) 650-0774 ext. 413 to schedule a campus tour. Visit UPOrlando.org for more information.

United Against Poverty is a registered 501c3 nonprofit with campuses in Indian River County, Orlando, and St. Lucie County Florida. Our mission is to serve those in poverty by providing crisis care, case management, transformative education, food and household subsidy, employment training and active referrals to other collaborative social service providers.

United Against Poverty Orlando was founded to notice the hundreds of thousands of people in need who were going unnoticed in Central Florida. At the time, there was not a widespread definition of the population we have now come to know as the working poor, but it was clear that a new approach was needed to help lift up our neighbors in need. Our hand UP, not handout model began with a Member Share Grocery Program, which offered much-needed dignity for families. Its popularity quickly grew, and, as traffic to our campus increased, program participants expressed a need for additional on-site services. Our organization evolved from simply helping families put food on the table to becoming a “one stop shop” where those in need can turn to for food and household subsidy, crisis care, educational opportunities, employment training and placement, and the opportunity to break free from the cycle of poverty—once and for all.

United Against Poverty has campuses in Orlando, Indian River County, and St. Lucie County. Our Success Training Employment Program (STEP) and our Member Share Grocery Centers, along with crisis care and continuing education opportunities, provide a holistic 360-degree approach to offering a hand up, and not a hand out. Visit unitedagainstpoverty.org to learn more about who we are, what we do, and why we need YOUR help to continue lifting lives across Florida.

Aug
17
Tue
Campus Tour @ UP Orlando
Aug 17 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am
Campus Tour @ UP Orlando
Tour the UP Orlando campus to learn how United Against Poverty is lifting lives across Florida. Contact Lizzie Fredrick, Development Manager, at (407) 650-0774 ext. 413 to schedule a campus tour. Visit UPOrlando.org for more information.

United Against Poverty is a registered 501c3 nonprofit with campuses in Indian River County, Orlando, and St. Lucie County Florida. Our mission is to serve those in poverty by providing crisis care, case management, transformative education, food and household subsidy, employment training and active referrals to other collaborative social service providers.

United Against Poverty Orlando was founded to notice the hundreds of thousands of people in need who were going unnoticed in Central Florida. At the time, there was not a widespread definition of the population we have now come to know as the working poor, but it was clear that a new approach was needed to help lift up our neighbors in need. Our hand UP, not handout model began with a Member Share Grocery Program, which offered much-needed dignity for families. Its popularity quickly grew, and, as traffic to our campus increased, program participants expressed a need for additional on-site services. Our organization evolved from simply helping families put food on the table to becoming a “one stop shop” where those in need can turn to for food and household subsidy, crisis care, educational opportunities, employment training and placement, and the opportunity to break free from the cycle of poverty—once and for all.

United Against Poverty has campuses in Orlando, Indian River County, and St. Lucie County. Our Success Training Employment Program (STEP) and our Member Share Grocery Centers, along with crisis care and continuing education opportunities, provide a holistic 360-degree approach to offering a hand up, and not a hand out. Visit unitedagainstpoverty.org to learn more about who we are, what we do, and why we need YOUR help to continue lifting lives across Florida.

Aug
26
Thu
Campus Tour @ UP Orlando
Aug 26 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Campus Tour @ UP Orlando
Tour the UP Orlando campus to learn how United Against Poverty is lifting lives across Florida. Contact Lizzie Fredrick, Development Manager, at (407) 650-0774 ext. 413 to schedule a campus tour. Visit UPOrlando.org for more information.

United Against Poverty is a registered 501c3 nonprofit with campuses in Indian River County, Orlando, and St. Lucie County Florida. Our mission is to serve those in poverty by providing crisis care, case management, transformative education, food and household subsidy, employment training and active referrals to other collaborative social service providers.

United Against Poverty Orlando was founded to notice the hundreds of thousands of people in need who were going unnoticed in Central Florida. At the time, there was not a widespread definition of the population we have now come to know as the working poor, but it was clear that a new approach was needed to help lift up our neighbors in need. Our hand UP, not handout model began with a Member Share Grocery Program, which offered much-needed dignity for families. Its popularity quickly grew, and, as traffic to our campus increased, program participants expressed a need for additional on-site services. Our organization evolved from simply helping families put food on the table to becoming a “one stop shop” where those in need can turn to for food and household subsidy, crisis care, educational opportunities, employment training and placement, and the opportunity to break free from the cycle of poverty—once and for all.

United Against Poverty has campuses in Orlando, Indian River County, and St. Lucie County. Our Success Training Employment Program (STEP) and our Member Share Grocery Centers, along with crisis care and continuing education opportunities, provide a holistic 360-degree approach to offering a hand up, and not a hand out. Visit unitedagainstpoverty.org to learn more about who we are, what we do, and why we need YOUR help to continue lifting lives across Florida.

Aug
31
Tue
Campus Tour @ UP Orlando
Aug 31 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am
Campus Tour @ UP Orlando
Tour the UP Orlando campus to learn how United Against Poverty is lifting lives across Florida. Contact Lizzie Fredrick, Development Manager, at (407) 650-0774 ext. 413 to schedule a campus tour. Visit UPOrlando.org for more information.

United Against Poverty is a registered 501c3 nonprofit with campuses in Indian River County, Orlando, and St. Lucie County Florida. Our mission is to serve those in poverty by providing crisis care, case management, transformative education, food and household subsidy, employment training and active referrals to other collaborative social service providers.

United Against Poverty Orlando was founded to notice the hundreds of thousands of people in need who were going unnoticed in Central Florida. At the time, there was not a widespread definition of the population we have now come to know as the working poor, but it was clear that a new approach was needed to help lift up our neighbors in need. Our hand UP, not handout model began with a Member Share Grocery Program, which offered much-needed dignity for families. Its popularity quickly grew, and, as traffic to our campus increased, program participants expressed a need for additional on-site services. Our organization evolved from simply helping families put food on the table to becoming a “one stop shop” where those in need can turn to for food and household subsidy, crisis care, educational opportunities, employment training and placement, and the opportunity to break free from the cycle of poverty—once and for all.

United Against Poverty has campuses in Orlando, Indian River County, and St. Lucie County. Our Success Training Employment Program (STEP) and our Member Share Grocery Centers, along with crisis care and continuing education opportunities, provide a holistic 360-degree approach to offering a hand up, and not a hand out. Visit unitedagainstpoverty.org to learn more about who we are, what we do, and why we need YOUR help to continue lifting lives across Florida.

Sep
9
Thu
Campus Tour @ UP Orlando
Sep 9 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Campus Tour @ UP Orlando
Tour the UP Orlando campus to learn how United Against Poverty is lifting lives across Florida. Contact Lizzie Fredrick, Development Manager, at (407) 650-0774 ext. 413 to schedule a campus tour. Visit UPOrlando.org for more information.

United Against Poverty is a registered 501c3 nonprofit with campuses in Indian River County, Orlando, and St. Lucie County Florida. Our mission is to serve those in poverty by providing crisis care, case management, transformative education, food and household subsidy, employment training and active referrals to other collaborative social service providers.

United Against Poverty Orlando was founded to notice the hundreds of thousands of people in need who were going unnoticed in Central Florida. At the time, there was not a widespread definition of the population we have now come to know as the working poor, but it was clear that a new approach was needed to help lift up our neighbors in need. Our hand UP, not handout model began with a Member Share Grocery Program, which offered much-needed dignity for families. Its popularity quickly grew, and, as traffic to our campus increased, program participants expressed a need for additional on-site services. Our organization evolved from simply helping families put food on the table to becoming a “one stop shop” where those in need can turn to for food and household subsidy, crisis care, educational opportunities, employment training and placement, and the opportunity to break free from the cycle of poverty—once and for all.

United Against Poverty has campuses in Orlando, Indian River County, and St. Lucie County. Our Success Training Employment Program (STEP) and our Member Share Grocery Centers, along with crisis care and continuing education opportunities, provide a holistic 360-degree approach to offering a hand up, and not a hand out. Visit unitedagainstpoverty.org to learn more about who we are, what we do, and why we need YOUR help to continue lifting lives across Florida.

Sep
13
Mon
STEP Class 37
Sep 13 @ 9:00 am – Oct 7 @ 1:00 pm
STEP Class 37
The Success Training Employment Program (STEP) is a workforce development program dedicated to enhancing job-readiness skills. The first 120 hours are made up of in-class discussion-based learning in the areas of Emotional Intelligence, Empowerment Training, Workplace Skills and Job Acquisition. Following graduation students work with our Workforce Development Manager and Success Coach to help them get hired and stay employed.