- Publish Date
- Friday, 26 July 2019, 2:43PM
The Cerebral Palsy Society of New Zealand wants Kiwi workers, and people of all ages and stages to step it up for Steptember and help raise important funds for people living with CP.
With office workers walking on average 3,000 steps a day, it’s also a great opportunity to get fitter and healthier, build teamwork amongst staff and have a little friendly competition!
So Steptember challenges New Zealanders to take 10,000 steps or the equivalent for 28 days starting on the 3rd of September.
Every second day in New Zealand, a baby is born with CP. It's a lifelong condition and the most common physical disability amongst children.
Steptemberites will be part of a truly global campaign joining thousands of people around the world and it’s not only the participants who benefit from the activity with increased fitness levels and new, healthier habits: the funds raised will directly help kiwi children and adults living with cerebral palsy.
Imagine the possibilities!