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.
Steepletown Neighborhood Services is run completely on donations. Your contribution helps fund the change we want to see in the community.
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
Two words to describe Shametris Cotton-tenacity and perseverance. Shametris Cotton is a 27year old single mother who works in environmental services at Spectrum Health while
Roopa made her debut at Kitchen Sage in April of 2021, just as Kitchen Sage was moving to its new location over at 4000 Remembrance
Current reality- There are many child development centers that have empty classrooms due to the lack of early childhood teachers. And as the State is
Steepletown will be hosting its annual signature event, Taste the West Side, on March 23, 2022. This year’s event already has an amazing line-up of West
We are filled with gratitude with the growth of our Workforce Development team. Please join us in welcoming Mark Frens and Michael Fravel to Steepletown! Mark
Steepletown has partnered with Grand Rapids Community College to implement their OneWorkforce Project. The One Workforce Project connects those who are interested in the field
Steepletown Neighborhood Services is run completely on donations. Your contribution helps fund the change we want to see in the community. Consider donating a monthly amount to help us continue to make change.