SO FAR, MORE THAN PARTICIPANTS HAVE RAISED
It's time to step up
Taking 10,000 steps every day for 30 days is quite a challenge. But we know you can do it!
Now it’s time to fundraise and step for people living with cerebral palsy! You won’t have to do it alone. Our STEPtember Trainers are here to motivate you and share fundraising tips throughout the month.
YOU STEP UP FOR THEM. THEY’LL STEP UP FOR YOU!
Our STEPtember Trainers are here to help you make every step count for people living with cerebral palsy. All you need to do is take the first step. They’ll help you with the rest.
Playful, creative and always optimistic, Charli never shies away from a challenge and she’s not about to start now. She is here to motivate you this STEPtember.
The only thing Marc likes more than music is exploring the great outdoors. His adventurous spirit makes him a perfect STEPtember trainer. Marc’s excited to encourage all of us to smash our goals.
Nic has beaten the odds to become the charismatic young man he is today. His go-getter attitude and enthusiasm for life will take you to new heights.
A supportive athlete with a competitive edge, Tej is a force to be reckoned with. His positive attitude radiates, motivating you to join in.
Could help a teenager access youth services designed to help them live their best possible lives and navigate the world around them.
Will help purchase specially designed toys to assist the learning and development of children with limited motor skills.
Will help customise a wheelchair, providing life-changing independence to a child with cerebral palsy
Will support research to better understand the genetic causes of cerebral palsy
"STEPtember is a fun and interactive initiative that many of our team look forward to getting behind each year. It is a great way for Kmart to encourage better health and wellbeing across our diverse workforce and gives everyone an opportunity to get involved. The Kmart team enjoy fundraising for a great cause and step challenges bring some healthy competitive spirit between different areas of the business. While STEPtember has been great for building stronger team relationships it also opens up conversations about our commitments to fostering a truly inclusive workplace - and that includes learning more about people living with cerebral palsy and people with disability."
Conor Duffy is the National Injury & Wellbeing Manager
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