Making every step count

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Step up to the challenge! Children and adults living with cerebral palsy take on physical challenges every single day. Join teams from around the world and challenge yourself to take 10,000 steps for 28 days and raise vital funds for research to treat, prevent, and ultimately find a cure for cerebral palsy.

How it works

We'll give you a pedometer that you can wear throughout the challenge. Step any way you like! Run, walk, dance, cycle, swim.

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  1. Now

    Make every step count by asking your friends and family to sponsor you during the challenge.

  2. Sept 4th

    Enter your steps daily and be entertained by the virtual journey you and your team will undertake.

  3. Oct 1st

    Feel great knowing that you have changed your own life for the better as well as making a huge difference to children living with cerebral palsy.

  1. Choose three friends and register a team.

  2. Wait by the mailbox for your pedometer and Steptember kit to arrive.

  3. Block out the September 4th to October 1st and start planning how you will get the most steps into your day and how you can make the most of the provided fundraising tools to raise funds to support cerebral palsy research.

Fundraising Ideas

There are many ways to fundraise successfully.  Start by making a donation to yourself, send emails, share on social media, and let your creativity shine!

Steptembe with Grace Amanda

Mike and Kim

Matched 20% of all donations from friends & family

Raised $3,400.85

Mrs. Gonzales

Kerrie's Bakery

Held bake sales every weekend

Raised $800

Being Honored in 2013

John & his friends

Hosted a 5k race to raise awareness and funds

Raised $2,500

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Steptember is customizable, turnkey and scalable to any industry or workplace. Pedometer, Steptember smartphone app, website, customized organization leaderboard, on-going support from Steptember headquarters and much more provided.

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For people living with cerebral palsy

Taking 10,000 steps a day is one heck of a challenge! But every step will be made easier knowing it's all for a very worthy cause. Every dollar you raise will go toward groundbreaking research to improve treatments, develop a prevention and ultimately find a cure for cerebral palsy for children and families now and in the future.

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