Our community relies on the essential work we do, which in turn demands a pipeline of diverse talent.
As first-time parents, Kasy Schug and his wife knew they’d need guidance, information and resources for their baby with Down syndrome.
As part of our focus on racial and social equity, TEP is providing continuing support for loans to new and fledgling businesses owned by BIPOC community members.
Applications are open for BIPOC business owners to apply for new loans.
Beverely Elliott hadn’t planned on building a museum in her retirement. But it can be hard to say no to a 7-year-old grandson who thinks you’re invincible.
When the pandemic hit, Step Up to Justice immediately saw an increase in requests for legal assistance from low-income residents facing housing issues and eviction risk.
In honor of National Disability Employment Awareness Month in October, we’re highlighting our recruiters’ efforts to hire and retain employees with disabilities.