IN 2021, MORE THAN CHALLENGERS RAISED OVER . IT'S TIME TO STEP UP.
This 1-30 September 2022, join a huge community of over 130,000 Australians and take 10,000 steps a day for people living cerebral palsy.
STEPtember is a fun and inclusive virtual event that challenges you to STEP UP - whenever, wherever, and however you like - during the month of September, all while fundraising to help people living with cerebral palsy to live their best life.
HOW TO STEP UP
Get your organisation involved, set up a team with your work-mates, family and friends, or join as a solo stepper.
Share that you are making an incredible impact! We’ll have your back the whole way.
Take 10,000 steps per day this September, for people living with cerebral palsy.
Take the first step today and help children and adults living with cerebral palsy.
WHO STEPTEMBER IS FOR
Take positive action together as an organisation to build connection and trust.
Create some friendly competition whilst fostering engagement and productivity.
Smash personal goals and make a lasting impact for people with cerebral palsy.
YOUR OFFICIAL STEPTEMBER TRAINERS ARE BACK!
Your STEPtember Trainers will cheer you on so you can make every step count for people living with cerebral palsy.
Charli never shies away from a challenge. She motivated our participants during STEPtemer with her playful, creative and always optimistic energy.
Marc encouraged all of us to smash our goals with his love of music and exploring the great outdoors. His adventurous spirit made him a perfect trainer.
Nic has beaten the odds to become the charismatic young man he is today. His go-getter attitude and enthusiasm for life took us to new heights.
A supportive athlete with a competitive edge, Tej is a force to be reckoned with. His positive attitude radiated, motivating us to join in.
"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