This September many steps were taken by several Architecture & Access employees for STEPtember
STEPtember is a fun and inclusive virtual event that challenges you to walk, swim, ride, wheel or spin your way to 10,000 steps per day during the month of September – all while helping to improve the lives of children and adults who live with cerebral palsy.
Cerebral palsy is the most common physical disability in childhood. It’s caused by damage to the developing brain either during pregnancy or shortly after birth – directly affecting a person’s movement and posture for life.
A generous team of twelve employees from Architecture & Access took part in STEPtember to raise money to support people living with cerebral palsy.
The pavements were pounded and parks were plodded through by this generous group. Over $1200 was raised and many hundreds of thousands of steps were taken. A special shout out to Chris Porter, Architecture & Access’ Director who was the top fund raiser and Sarah McCarthy, Access Consultant – Melbourne who was the top stepper!