LET’S ALL KEEP MOVING FOR CEREBRAL PALSY
As a fully virtual event, STEPtember is a fun and safe way to boost health, happiness and teamwork, wherever you choose to participate from. And, with our new STEPtember trainers on board to help you achieve your health and fundraising goals, there’s never been a better time to step up! Find motivation from their stories and learn more about the incredible work being done at Cerebral Palsy Alliance – made possible thanks to the fundraising efforts of people like you who choose to step up each year.
MEET OUR STEPTEMBER TRAINERS
All of our trainers are unique, but they share a common goal: to see you succeed this STEPtember. Follow their tips to unlock your potential and earn coveted Trainer Badges: available only to the most dedicated STEPtember participants. Do you have what it takes to collect them all?
Playful, creative and always optimistic, Charli has never once shied away from a challenge and she’s not about to start now. Thanks to ongoing hydrotherapy at CPA, Charli has been able to make a splash as a confident swimmer who’s getting better every day. Outside of the pool, she stays active with her friends and family who are amazed at her ability to set goals and smash expectations.
Complete all three Participation Milestones to earn Charli’s Badge.
A supportive athlete with a competitive edge, Tej is a force to be reckoned with. With years of exercise physiology under his belt, Tej knows what it takes to rise to the challenge. Even with his impressive list of achievements, he’s always looking forward to further sharpen his skills. He knows what it takes to succeed and he’s ready to motivate you to stay fit and healthy this STEPtember.
Complete all three Stepping Milestones to earn Tej's Badge.
Neilob is a self-starting superstar whose love for tennis has taken her to new heights. Her independent nature shines through off the court, where she works with CPA to support the wider STEPtember team. She knows that raising funds for cerebral palsy is now more important than ever. So, this year, she’s ready to help you make every donation count.
Complete all three Fundraising Milestones to earn Neilob’s Badge.
The only thing Marc likes more than music is exploring the great outdoors. Thanks to ongoing speech therapy, Marc now knows how to effectively communicate with his family who have empowered him to embrace his adventurous spirit and sign up as a STEPtember trainer. Now it’s your turn to step up and reach your goals.
MARC'S ALL-ROUNDER BADGE
Complete all nine Campaign Milestones to unlock Marc’s Badge and achieve your elite STEPtember status.
Cerebral Palsy Foundation Achievements
Want to learn more about where your fundraising money goes?
Read more about Cerebral Palsy Foundation today.
HOW WE’VE STEPPED UP
For over a decade, we’ve been driving international research into the prevention, treatment and cure of cerebral palsy.
Granted to CP research
Supported research projects
But our work is far from over. Raising funds for cerebral palsy is now more important than ever. So, this year, we’ve recruited a team of STEPtember trainers to show you how to fundraise in creative and fun new ways.
PROJECTS SUPPORTED BY STEPTEMBER
The Foundation has committed to invest €1.5 million in a world first : a study to demonstrate whether intensive and playful rehabilitation can change the prognosis in very young children aged 1 to 4 years. This is the largest funding to date for a European clinical research project meeting the highest methodological criteria in this pathology.
DOCTORAL GRANT (2019-2021)
The Foundation is supporting the thesis of Lucas Ravault, a doctoral student, physiotherapist and holder of a master's degree in health engineering, to the tune of €104,000 over 3 years.
• Motor re-education/rehabilitation courses for children with cerebral palsy (CP) in French and European regions
SECOND CALL FOR BID MAJOR PROJECT (2020-2023)
The Foundation has launched a new call for major projects (budget to be financed: €1.5 million) devoted to the screening and early diagnosis of cerebral palsy and its complications, to intervene at a time when the brain is still best able to develop replacements.
The selected projects will be announced after STEPtember 2020.
IN 2019 WE RAISED
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