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What we do

Steps4Hope is a nonprofit foundation established in 2014 by the Moules family, following the tragic loss of their son and brother, Jonathan. 

Steps4Hope is committed to honoring Jonathan's life by bringing together the community to raise awareness, end the stigma associated with the disease of addiction, and save lives.


Addiction and overdose deaths are at epidemic proportions and these issues are part of the largest health crises we face today.  Overdose death is now the leading cause of death under the age of 50, outnumbering car accidents, gun accidents, falls and drowning.  Uniting the most effective community partners will foster long term prevention to help protect our families and provide resources that are desperately needed to assist those in crisis.

Thank you for visiting our site. Please take a moment to read About Us, Jonathan's story of love and loss.


Save the Date for the 7th annual Steps4hope 5K
Sunday October 9, 2022


Steps4Hope, in partnership with the Great Valley Community Foundation, is offering scholarship funding for residents of the Great Valley community in need of counseling for substance use disorders. Check out community programs at for details.

Steps4hope in partnership with Angels Against Addiction and The Phightin Frankie Foundation formed an alliance called Angel Momsin an effort to help struggling recovery houses through COVID related financial hardships. Together we granted close to $45,000 to 13 local recovery homes.


Steps4Hope is happy to announce, due to the overwhelming generosity and support of our friends, donations to a variety of recovery communities continue to be awarded. These scholarships totalled over $120,000 in 2020-22 and will help men and women with their initial rent expense, allowing them to focus on early sober living. 

Additionally, we will be continuing of our parent grief group, For Jonathan's Sake-Beyond the Broken Heart. Steps4Hope Foundation invites you attend the professionally facilitated group on Tuesday nights from 7:00-8:15 at St. John's Lutheran Church in Phoenixville. For details, contact Pam Moules 610-247-1920

Our live online sibling support group, A Brother's Love, takes place the first Tuesday of each month at 7:30 pm.  Please email for information.




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