September 4 - October 1, 2013
Last fall we hosted the World Cerebral Palsy Challenge. Together we raised close to $67,000 to support people with cerebral palsy and other disabilities across Canada. Thank you for making a difference in their lives!
This wonderful event will take place again this coming September.
We have launched a new name for the event; Steptember
Along with this will be new pedometers!
I would like to invite you to participate this year.
Let’s get everyone involved with Steptember!
Please spread the word!
Step it up in Steptember!
This is a unique chance to get involved in a global health and fitness event to support a great cause! Steptember is an exciting event that focuses on health and wellness for the whole month of September. This program is taking place all over Canada, the US and Australia. It is a fun event for families, friends, colleagues, sports teams as well as businesses and is a wonderful and unique team building activity.
Please visit www.steptember.ca to register or to donate!
If you know of any organization that would be interested in joining Steptember, please let us know, and we would be happy to contact them and introduce them to this awesome event.
Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Every Step Counts!
Play this short video for more details on the campaign.
Step up early and win!
Register by Monday, July 15, 2013 and
You could win a pair of tickets to a BC Lions regular season home game!
Your team could win 4 tickets to a Vancouver Canadians game!
Raise the most by September 4 and win a BC Lions hat autographed by quarterback Travis Lulay!
Steptember is an exciting 4 week team activity that runs for the month of September.
Steptember requires participants to form a team of 4. Each Team Member will then track their daily step count (by wearing a pedometer) or other fitness activity and record this on their personalised Steptember webpage.
Participants don’t just have to walk – you can run, cycle, swim or even play bowls to notch up your daily steps. There are over 40 activities to choose from including activities suitable for people with a disability.
Each participant is challenged to walk 10,000 steps per day and as a team virtual climb the highest peak from each continent.
Each day, when you enter your steps your team will progress up the virtual mountains.
Participants will be encouraged to fundraise from the time they register until the end of the event with all proceeds going towards helping people with cerebral palsy and other disabilities.
Once a team is registered, each participant will be sent a ‘Steptember Kit’ which will include 1 pedometer.
Register at www.steptember.ca