WritingCity Cares

Aside from being committed to supporting young writers, WriteSteps actively engages in giving back to young people in need. Below are some examples of how we are involved in community support.

Suzanne Klein and Team WriteSteps Donate $10,000 to Help Children in Need

When Suzanne Klein first mentioned to me she was planning on donating to the Children’s Home Society of Florida (CHS), I was profoundly moved. I have a personal history and tie to the mission of CHS, and this was something Suzanne was unaware of. I was adopted as a child into a loving home and was given opportunities I never would’ve had if it hadn’t been for my adopted family. Because of this… read more

By Anjilla Young, Communications Specialist in the Inspired Writer e-Newsletter (November 2013)

Act of Kindness Campaign: Writing Prompts to Help Students Deal with Tragedy

The unspeakable events at Sandy Hook Elementary School have shaken the WriteSteps team to the core, like so many people around the world. Many of us are former elementary school teachers and educators, so this tragedy felt very personal. We are still trying to make sense… read more

The Inspired Writer Blog (posted 1/11/13)

WriteSteps Donates Five Percent of Profits to assist in the Aftermath of Storm Ravaged areas Following Hurricane Sandy

Grandville, MI (November 13, 2012) — WriteSteps is donating five percent of its profits to the organization, Save the Children, to assist with the East Coast recovery of Hurricane Sandy and help the 40,000 children and families impacted.

WriteSteps wants to assist Save the Children in its mission and is thankful to be able to help those in need through the work of the organization. When disaster strikes around the world, Save the Children is there to save lives with food, medical care and education and stays to help communities rebuild through long-term recovery programs.

“Our hearts go out…” read more

WriteSteps Press Release