Your Journey To Success Starts with Steepletown

Steepletown’s primary focus is to develop the skills and opportunities for disconnected young adults, ages 18-24, and young families to attain employment that moves them out of poverty.

Delivering Lasting Impact

Steepletown Neighborhood Services is run completely on donations. Your contribution helps fund the change we want to see in the community.

$25 USD

Steepletown Neighborhood Services

Get Training

There are many career training opportunities that exist in Kent County for young adults. Steepletown will assist you in identifying the best path & resources to build a successful career.

Get Help

Help is available to out-of-school young adults who need to complete high school. In addition, help is available to older adults who need a hand around the house.

Get Involved

Would you like to support Steepletown's mission & work? Join us to create impact in our community.


Our Mission

Located on the West Side of Grand Rapids, Steepletown is transforming lives within the urban core communities of Greater Grand Rapids through education, workforce development, and community empowerment. This creates hope that is rooted in opportunity, which ultimately leads to a sense of well-being and economic security.

“If You Give A Person A Fish, You Feed Them For A Day. If You Teach A Person To Fish, You Feed Them For A Lifetime” – Chinese Proverb

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Stories of Impact

Chris can be seen here lesson planning for the week ahead of him
Stories of Impact

Apprentice Spotlight: Chris

Chris has identified a strong and curious passion to engage with both young adults preparing for the workforce and little scholars attending preschool. While enrolled


Now Hiring: ECE Project Manager

We are excited to annouce that we will be hiring for our newly established Early Childhood Education Project Manager position. Under the direction of the

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