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Our Story

Originally conceived to be the first All-Celebrity Step Show, Stepping Into Service (SIS) has evolved into a vehicle of change for works beyond entertainment to focus on empowering Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), Black Greek Letter Organizations, Black communities, and their respective members.

Through initiatives centered on scholarship, activation, and increasing political and cultural awareness, SIS aims to uplift future leaders by offering financial, educational, networking, and internship opportunities to black collegiates across the country.

Let's take care of home.

As an HBCU grad, I understand the importance of us ensuring that we financially support our HBCUs. It's imperative we make sure they're around to educate generations to come. It is so vital that we invest in us, and that's what we're doing with Stepping Into Service."

Keshia Knight Pulliam Co-Founder

HBCUs are treasures of the Black existence in our country and are increasingly becoming a lost gem. And, as a community, we’re losing an excellent resource.

Dr. Donald M. Henderson PhD in Sociology and the first and only black Provost of the University of Pittsburgh, of HBCUs. His academic career began at Central State University, a public, historically black land-grant university in Wilberforce, Ohio.