Take 10,000 steps a day in September
Step up to the challenge! Children and adults living with cerebral palsy take on physical challenges every single day. Join teams from around the worlds and challenge yourself to take 10,000 steps for 28 days and raise vital funds for people living with cerebral palsy - a condition that affects movement.
We'll give you a pedometer that you can wear throughout the challenge. Step any way you like! Dance, run, cycle, swim or do some yoga
Make every step count by asking your friends and family to sponsor you during the challenge.
Enter your steps daily and be entertained by the virtual journey you and your team will undertake.
Feel great knowing that you have change your own life for the better as well as making a huge difference to children living with cerebral palsy.
Choose 3 friends or colleagues and register your team today.
Wait by the mailbox for your pedometer and Steptember kit to arrive by mail.
Mark out the 1st - 28th of September and start planning how you will get the most steps into your day and how you can make the most of your fundraising by using the tools provided.
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 rupee you raise will provide vital equipment, therapy and services to children and adults living with cerebral palsy. Or chose to raise funds for groundbreaking research into the prevention and maybe even one day a cure for CP.Learn more
Get your workplace involved
Steptember will motivate your employee's to be more active, more engaged and provides a ready made team building activity for organisations large and small.Thousand's of employee's around the world are already doing it - don't let get left behind.Learn More
Know someone stepping?
Make every step count. By sponsoring a friend, family member or colleague who is participating in Steptember you will be making an enormous difference to the lives of children living with cerebral palsy. Not to mention the difference you will make to your friend who is doing all the hard work. Did you know the average office worker only does 3000 steps per day? Your friend has stepped up to the challenge of 10,000 steps per day!Support a friend