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 Rochelle Harper, a First Step Parent, who has been a part of the organization since her son Maurice joined in 2003. Maurice is now playing football at The University of Iowa on a full scholarship.

Rochelle Harper, a First Step Parent, who has been a part of the organization since her son Maurice joined in 2003. Maurice is now playing football at The University of Iowa on a full scholarship.

 This group of guys have been playing together since they were in 7th grade and now coming together once again to honor their fallen teammate Michael Haynes during the tribute game on Friday, July 24, 2015.

This group of guys have been playing together since they were in 7th grade and now coming together once again to honor their fallen teammate Michael Haynes during the tribute game on Friday, July 24, 2015.

 Kenneth "K.J." Johnson has been a part of the First Step family since he was a young boy. He went on to be a successful basketball player at Corliss High School and now owns a trucking company.

Kenneth "K.J." Johnson has been a part of the First Step family since he was a young boy. He went on to be a successful basketball player at Corliss High School and now owns a trucking company.

 The newest faces of First Step Youth Foundation have arrived and are ready to fill the shoes of the great men who donned the First Step uniform before most of them were even born. They are more than ready to take on such a great task.

The newest faces of First Step Youth Foundation have arrived and are ready to fill the shoes of the great men who donned the First Step uniform before most of them were even born. They are more than ready to take on such a great task.

Highlights from the Tribute Game honoring Dequarrius Cannon and Michael Haynes on Friday, July 24 at Corliss High School.
Pictured above First Step Alum, European Professional Zeke Upshaw.  

Alone we can do so little. But together we can do so much.
— Hellen Keller