Working Families Network
Step Up is the creator and establisher of the Working Families Network (WFN). The WFN is a collaborative that aims to build the capacity of community-based organizations, develop our skills collectively, and implement innovative community strategies that assist low-income individuals to achieve economic mobility.
This program specifically helps non-profits and people from the faith-based community access social services, network and collaborate with local agencies. and better navigate bureaucratic systems and government resources. Currently, the network consists of more than 70 organizations serving low-income Savannah/Chatham County residents. This network works together to identify gaps in the social safety net and to develop high-impact strategies.
To be added to the WFN, contact Austin Rojas, Community Collaborative Coordinator at [email protected]