Steptember Walking Challenge


The Steptember challenge is to take 10,000 steps a day for 28 days straight. The average office worker takes only 3,000 steps a day, so Steptember is a great way to boost your own fitness and do something great for kids with cerebral palsy at the same time. It’s free for University of Sydney staff and students to participate. Just head to the Steptember website here.

Organise a team of four colleagues, and nominate one person as your team captain. The captain signs themselves up (using the code: UNISYD2018 so that all team member’s registration costs are covered) and invites three team members to join. Each team member will receive an email invitation which they click on to complete their registration.

Ask your family and friends to sponsor you. Lots of us here at University of Sydney will be taking part, so there’ll be no shortage of people to keep you motivated.

Kids living with cerebral palsy are counting on us – and every one of us who takes part means more money raised.

Join us to uphold a proud University of Sydney tradition by organising your team and asking your Team Captain to sign up for Steptember.

Healthy competitions for a great cause

Best fundraising team

Be the Steptember fundraising team at the University to raise the most funds for the Cerebral Palsy Alliance to win a $50 gift voucher to spend on tasty treats at The Grandstand restaurant.

Best fundraising individual

Be the Steptember fundraising participant at the University to raise the most funds for the Cerebral Palsy Alliance to win a Fitbit sponsored by HCF.

Most active team - highest average step count

Go teams - the most active Steptember team at Sydney University, with the highest average team step count wins a mystery prize.