What is STEPtember?
You can STEP UP from 1 - 30 September 2021
STEPtember is a fun and inclusive virtual event that challenges you to walk, swim, ride, wheel or spin your way to 10,000 steps per day during the month of September – all while helping to improve the lives of children and adults who live with cerebral palsy.
HOW STEPTEMBER WORKS
Just by reading this you’re on your way to taking your first step.
Grab your friends to create a team of up to four or register as a Solo Stepper.
Raise money to support children and adults living with cerebral palsy.
Take 10,000 steps per day, your way! Track your progress online or in the STEPtember App.
Challenge your friends and co-workers to step up to the challenge and spread the word and encourage your friends to donate.
MEET YOUR TRAINERS
Our amazing trainers live with cerebral palsy and will be here throughout your STEPteptember journey to help motivate you and share their tips and tricks for success! All you need to do is take the first step. They’ll help you with the rest.
Playful, creative and always optimistic, Charli has never once shied away from a challenge and she’s not about to start now. Consider her your motivational mentor during STEPtember.
The only thing Marc likes more than music is exploring the great outdoors. His adventurous spirit led him to sign up as a STEPtember trainer. Now he’s ready to help you reach your 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 sharp thinking is sure to shine through during STEPtember.
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
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