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I have been stocking the mail box for days, looking for a piece of mail from the States office.  I have filed for nonprofit status through the state of Missouri. Getting Steps incorporated is just another great step in the right direction. We are looking forward to seeing this foundation unfold. Not only by providing training for churches, but also providing resources for families of children who have special needs. We look forward to growing awareness in religious/faith based organizations everywhere.



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We look forward to serving our community.
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