Steps Coalition

STEPS COALITION

CREATING THE PUBLIC SPACE WHERE THE COMMUNITY CAN CONVENE TO DEFINE ITS PRIORITIES

FIVE PILLARS OF JUSTICE

HUMAN
RIGHTS

ECONOMIC
JUSTICE

PRESERVE HISTORICAL COMMUNITIES

ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE

AFFORDABLE HOUSING

OUR

VISION & MISSION

The Steps Coalition (STEPS) is A Grass Roots, Locally Governed Coalition of 45 Non-Profit, Community, & Civic Organizations & Leaders Whose Mission is to Build A Democratic Movement to Create A Healthy, Just, & Equitable Mississippi Gulf Coast.

UPCOMING EVENTS

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STEPPING UP WITH STEPS

Did you know? In 2018 Steps Coalition, working in collaboration with the Minority and Small Business Development Division of the Mississippi Development Authority (MDA), provided workshops and training for over 50 Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) and Minority and Women Owned Business Enterprises (MWBEs) interested in becoming certified suppliers with the State of Mississippi. On November 13th, more than 20 businesses received their certificates of completion for MDA's 9-week "Model Contractor Development Program" which Steps Coalition hosted and co-sponsored. We hope that you will help Steps Coalition continue this very important economic development work on the Mississippi Gulf Coast by making a contribution today, and we thank you for your continued support.

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Who We Are

The Steps Coalition (STEPS) is a grass roots, locally governed coalition of 45 non-
profit, community, and civic organizations and leaders whose mission is to build a
democratic movement to create a healthy, just, and equitable Mississippi Gulf
Coast. Steps advances its mission by developing local leadership, supporting
communities to advocate for their needs and by facilitating communication,
coordination, and collaboration among our membership.

OUR

VISION

Our vision for the Mississippi Gulf Coast is to create communities worth calling home. Creating livable communities for all residents along the coast hinges on a commitment to five essential values: affordable housing, economic justice, environmental justice, preservation of historical communities, and human rights.