What You Can Do

The Steps Coalition encourages community members to participate in our social justice work and here are some of the ways that you can participate

Steps need community members to work on our current campaigns as well as other work which includes clerical work, updating our data base, conducting community surveys, and civic engagement training in the community to name a few.  Volunteers will be paired with someone in our office where you be provided with guidance and support to do this work.

Become a Member of Steps

When you become a Member of Steps you will be notified through our weekly e-blast of events that are happening in our community sponsored by our allied organizations as well as other events related to Steps 5 Social Justice Pillars.  As a member of Steps you will eligible to vote on campaigns and Steps related business.    Your membership dues will be used to support the Coalition Quarterly Meetings where we bring in speakers and presentations on social justice issues in our communities

Take a Survey or Sign a Petition

Depending on the current work and need, Steps will post surveys and petitions that we request that all interested community members participate in and/or sign. You will see these listed under our current campaigns or on the home page.

If you become a member of Steps you will be notified of surveys or petitions that support our social justice work.


Steps needs funding to do our work and your donation will ensure that we are able to sustain the work of our campaigns and our mission “to build a democratic movement to create a healthy, just and equitable Mississippi Gulf Coast by developing local leadership and supporting communities to advocate for their needs.”

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  • Dominic DeLeo
    published this page 2015-08-29 15:01:38 -0500
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