Noble Step Foundation’s mission is to create a noble society in which justice, equality, and freedom
is offered to all persons by supporting education and establishing educated communities.
Noble Step Foundation (NSF) was founded in December of 2014. Nader Matari & Mohamad Ghattas were enjoying their winter holiday in Houston, TX and spent an evening chatting about the struggles that college and university students face. In the spirit of giving, Nader & Mohamad decided to build an organization that will offer mentoring and encouragement for high school students that are ready to face the upcoming challenges of higher education and obtaining bachelor degrees and further. This was the start of NSF.
Never stop learning. If you are always a student, you will never cease to grow.
My profound respect and gratitude to Noble Step Foundation. Their generosity and confidence in me as a future physician makes my hopes soar in bringing healthcare to those who need it the most!
With immense gratitude and joy, I humbly thank the Noble Step Foundation and sponsors for this generous opportunity. Your kindness and support serve as a major stepping-stone for me on my journey to become a physician. You have inspired me greatly through your mission, and what your organization stands for. I am beyond grateful to be able to use my education and efforts to impact and improve my community, and the lives of individuals I encounter. Thank you for your recognition and encouragement, as I would not be able to pursue my goals without your unwavering support.
As a federally approved 501(c)3 non-profit organization, you can be guaranteed that our cause and efforts are in place for the greater good of our community. Your financial contributions are also tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Award as many scholarships as possible every year.
Raise awareness of the importance of continued education at all academic levels.
Mentor students on the admission process for colleges & universities.
Develop students into the leaders of our future by involving them in community services.
Provide students with volunteer service hours to achieve their Honor Societies requirements.