Step In and Step Out at Coach to Welcome Step Up to Dallas

October 30, 2016
Step Up Dallas

Step Up, a non-profit organization that inspires young girls to achieve their dreams, is opening its newest chapter in Dallas and luxury accessory brand Coach is here to not only support, but to jump start the celebration. On November 3, 2016 from 6PM – 8PM, Coach at NorthPark Center will celebrate the latest chapter of Step Up with a fashionably festive event hosted by lifestyle blogger, Tanya Foster.

“Coach, Inc. is honored to be working with Step Up as a philanthropy partner whose message is close to the company’s heart,” Victor Luis, CEO of Coach, Inc. said. “We are thrilled to make the Step Up in Dallas expansion possible and look forward to our continued partnership in making a difference in the lives of young women.”
The event will highlight Step Up’s newest expansion, particularly celebrating Dallas as its fourth city to include within its network. Step Up’s strategic play to the Big D, marks the city’s first regional extension for the non-profit in the last ten years. Coach played a substantial role in funding this latest move and implementing Step Up’s high-impact programs to four public schools in Dallas.
Coach Pre-Fall 2016
“Step Up is excited to celebrate our arrival in Dallas and thanks to our investor, Coach, Inc., for making it possible to bring our confidence-building, college and career-prep after-school programs to local teen girls,” said Step Up CEO, Jenni Luke. “We can’t wait to meet the women and girls who will become our founding members and teens in our first new Step Up city in ten years.”
Guests and supporters are invited to commemorate the Dallas launch of Step Up by mixing, mingling and shopping, with a portion of sales proceeds to benefit the Step Up organization.
Step Up propels girls from under-resourced communities to fulfill their potential by empowering them to become confident, college-bound, career-focused, and ready to join the next generation of professional women. Connect at www.suwn.org


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