MAY 10th, 2018 Annual Spring Art Show at the San Leandro Library
March 30th, 2018 Better Together – Celebrating Awareness, Acceptance & Ability
February 2018 12th Annual Valentine’s Ball – Let’s Dance
December 2017 Consumer Recognition
November 15th, 2017 Annual Turkey Dinner – Happy Thanksgiving!!!
November 2017 Pancake Breakfast
November 2017 Artful Steps 17th Annual Art Auction @ 21st Amendment Brewery
October 2017 Halloween Dance @ Stepping Stones
October 2017 Contours at the Cooler
July 2017 First Step’s Camp Arroyo Trip
2017 Alameda County Transition Information Faire- College of Alameda
On Saturday March 25th, Stepping Stones’ Employment and Pre-Vocational Department attended the 2017 Alameda County Transition Faire. This yearly Transition Faire is designed to facilitate the successful transition from school to adult services for youth with developmental disabilities and to inform families, teachers, Case Managers, and support teams on the services available in the community. The Faire included a showcase of adult service programs and a variety of educational workshops. For more information on becoming a participant or attendee at next year’s Alameda Transition Faire, contact: Sandi Soliday at 510-267-3261 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on available employment positions or programs at Stepping Stones Growth Center, contact Deputy Director of Employment, Robert Robichaud at 510-567-2625 or email@example.com
2017 11th Annual Valentine’s Day Ball – Love In Bloom
Once upon a dream, children and adults with developmental disabilities entered a world of glitz and glam were they could feel like the bells of the ball, the prince charming of the evening, and the princess of fairy tales. This year, Stepping Stones and Creekside Community Church hosted their 11th Annual Valentine’s Ball on Friday, February 10th. The ball took place at Creekside Community Church on MacArthur Boulevard in San Leandro and more than 350 individuals with development disabilities attended! For 11 years, Stepping Stones and Creekside have co-hosted the event to benefit individuals with developmental disabilities. Over the years, the Ball has grown with attendees from all parts of the Bay Area! Stepping Stones credits the success of the event to community support and volunteers who serve in various ways. Volunteers provided salon quality hair, makeup, and nail services, and donated formal wear for attendees. The event featured a red carpet met by more gracious volunteers who showered them with bubbles and love as they entered the doors to the ball. We thank all our volunteers and supporters over the years! We could not have made this night magical without your help!