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Our Partners 

It takes a village of partners to build the foundation for life-changing programs that help individuals grow and build stable lives for themselves and their families.  

Throughout the greater Greensboro and High Point areas, faith congregations, employers, corporate sponsors, grant funders and non-profit partners have contributed the resources, volunteers and job opportunities that make StepUp thrive. 

As we continue to grow and serve Guilford County residents, we need more partners and increasing levels of support to respond appropriately to those who want to make significant changes in their lives.


Our partners' investments in all of our initiatives build more resilient individuals and families. Our participants' lives are fuller and more satisfying. They envision a more hopeful future. And as a community, we are collectively stronger when more people are fully employed, able to support themselves, pay taxes and contribute to everyone's quality of life. 

We invite you to partner with us in supporting StepUp Greensboro.

Corporate Sponsors

Morrisette Paper Company             Carolina Bank

Certus Partners                         Koury Corporation

Oppenheimer & Co., Inc.               VF Corporation


Wells Fargo                                                                

Employee Sponsors

Bayada Nurses
Bed, Bath & Beyond
Blessed Alms Group Home
Bobby’s Concrete
Brown Brothers Plumbing & Heating 
Coca Cola
Castleworks Window Cleaning
City of Greensboro
Clarion Hotel
Cone Health
Danny’s Restaurant
Darryl’s Restaurant
Dart Container
Dixie Sales
Dun and Bradstreet
First Presbyterian Church
Food Lion
Greensboro Grasshoppers
Golden Corral
Greensboro Coliseum
Greensboro Urban Ministry
Guilford College
Guilford Community Technical College
Habitat for Humanity
Harris Teeter

Heritage Nursing Home

Home Depot

J & L Cleaning Co.
K & W Cafeteria
Marriott Hotel
Morrisette Paper Company
Oak’s Motel
Pepsi Cola
Piedmont Home Inspection
Proctor & Gamble
Schnecker Logistics
Sheraton Hotel
Sodexo Food Service at A & T University
Sodexo Food Service at Greensboro College 
Sodexo Food Service at Bennett College
Solar Construction
Southeastern Cleaning
St. Johns Packaging Service
Sunshine House
The Budd Group
TJ Maxx
W.B. Moore Electric Company
Youth Focus


Grant Funders

Bank of America Foundation
Bryan CEVG, United Way of Greensboro
Cemala Foundation
Hillsdale Fund
Junior Weaver Foundation
KT Community Foundation
Michel Family Foundation
Richardson Trust
Speer Trust, Mid-Atlantic Synod, Presbyterian Church USA
Tannenbaum-Sternberger Foundation
Walmart Foundation
Wells Fargo Foundation

Faith Partners

Founding Faith Partners Providing Financial and Volunteer Support

First Presbyterian, Primary Partner
Christ United Methodist 
First Baptist 
First Lutheran 
Grace Community
Love and Faith Christian Fellowship
Holy Trinity Episcopal  
New Creation Presbyterian
Providence Baptist
St. Francis Episcopal
St. Pius X Catholic
Temple Emanuel

Faith Partners

Providing Volunteer Support

Guilford College United Methodist
Guilford Park Presbyterian
Mt. Zion Baptist 
New Millennium Christian
New Jerusalem Cathedral
New Zion Missionary Baptist Church
St. James Presbyterian
St. James Baptist Church
West Market Street United Methodist
Westminster Presbyterian
World Victory International
Christian Center

Service Partners


Wheels4Hope recycles donated vehicles into working transportation and sells these vehicles to StepUp participants who need transportation for Job Readiness and family activities. Wheels4Hope also provides some apprenticeship opportunities for auto mechanics and administrative assistants.


Barnabas Network:

The Barnabas Network helps individuals and families who are referred to them by social service agencies with basic home furnishings.

Guilford Technical Community College:

GTCC provides GED classes for StepUp participants at StepUp's facilities on Mondays and Wednesdays from 9-12 a.m. These classes help students earn their GED, an important step for employment opportunities.

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