Making every step count


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 3rd

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

  3. Sept 30th

    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 for your STEPtember pedometer and kit to arrive in the mail.

  3. Step it up!  From September 3rd to September 30th, focus on hitting 10,000 steps each day, and raising money for cerebral palsy research. 

Deliver on your Wellness Goals with one Initiative

STEPtember is customizable, turnkey and scalable to any industry or workplace. Pedometer, STEPtember smartphone app, website, customized organization leaderboard, and on-going support from STEPtember headquarters is all provided. Contact Glen Deutscher to find out how to get your company involved. 

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Make an Impact with your Fundraising

Throughout STEPtember, participants have the incredible opportunity to raise money that will fund life-changing CP research projects.  After registering, you will have all the tools you need to be a successful fundraiser.  Whether you are fundraising with your company, or participating with your family, the STEPtember team will be with you every step of the way.

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By supporting someone who is participating in Steptember, you are changing the lives of those living with cerebral palsy.  To date, 100% of everything raised through Steptember in the US has gone to cerebral palsy research. 

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