When families are in charge of their children's education, students thrive.
We need your help!
You can help children achieve their maximum potential through the gift of education.
You can help a child today.
Since 2001, Step Up For Students has worked to close the educational gaps experienced by marginalized K-12 students across Florida.
Step Up believes education is not one-size-fits-all. It is our ultimate hope all Florida students have access to an educational environment where they can thrive. Through our five scholarship programs we help lower-income, special needs, bullied or victimized and reading challenged students access educational opportunities that best fit their individual needs. Our scholarships connect vulnerable students to schools, therapists and intervention programs that will best prepare those students for success in school and beyond. When you give to Step Up, you help thousands of students in need dream of a brighter future.
How to Reach Us
If you have questions or need additional information about contributing to Step Up For Students, please contact Karis Turner at (833) 830-7983 or KTurner@StepUpForStudents.org.
Step Up For Students is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization as determined by the Internal Revenue Services (IRS) code; contributions are fully tax-deductible up to the amount allowed by law. Our financial records are audited each year, and an audited financial statement is available upon request.
Denisha failed third grade twice before receiving a scholarship. She now has bachelor’s and master’s degrees and is working for the American Federation for Children in Washington DC.
Hear From Our Families
Donate today and help us maximize the impact of the scholarships.
Need inspiration? Hear from additional Step Up families & students:
Joel receives the (FTC) income-based scholarship
Liam receives the Gardiner special needs scholarship
Braelyn receives the (FTC) income-based scholarship.
Sara receives the Gardiner special needs scholarship.
Briana & Jeremiah receive the (FTC) income-based scholarships.
Daniel receives the Gardiner special needs scholarship.
Shawnay receives the (FTC) income-based scholarship.
Julian receives the Gardiner special needs scholarship.
A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION (CH-14609) AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE 1(800)435-7352 OR ON THEIR WEBSITE FDACS.GOV. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE. SUFS SOLICITS 100 PERCENT OF ITS CONTRIBUTIONS AND DOES NOT CONTRACT PROFESSIONAL SOLICITORS.