Support the Enlisted Project Provides Emergency Financial Grants and Transition Assistance to Junior Enlisted Service Members and Their Families
SAN DIEGO — Support the Enlisted Project (STEP), formerly known as Operation Homefront Southern California, has changed its name and will continue its mission to provide financial assistance, support services and transition assistance to Southern California junior enlisted military families.
Originally founded in 2002, STEP is headquartered in San Diego with a satellite office in Orange County. Continuing the legacy of providing service to Southern California junior enlisted families, STEP serves the 7 southernmost California counties. Money raised in Southern California, stays here – 84.2% of every dollar raised goes directly to supporting the junior enlisted military and their families in the region.
“Our organization was founded here, and we are excited to maintain our independence and continue the tradition of being very responsive to the needs of local military families.” said Karla Winter-Schulz, president of the Support the Enlisted Project (STEP).
About Support the Enlisted Project (STEP)
STEP, formerly known as Operation Homefront Southern California, provides emergency financial grants and transition assistance to junior enlisted military and their families. Headquartered in San Diego with an office in Orange County, 84.2% of every dollar raised goes directly to supporting military families in the Southern California region.