We challenge you to #StepItUp for kids born with clubfoot.
"I am possible"
November disability awareness month
Join our November #StepItUp Dance Challenge to share the message of HOPE
STEPS Charity NPC is a non-profit organisation dedicated to improving the lives of children born with clubfoot in southern and east Africa. Clubfoot is a disabling condition – but it doesn’t have to be. With the correct treatment there is 100% recovery. November is Disability Awareness month. With your help, we can ensure that no child is left untreated.
The campaign’s anthem, a track by Dino Moran and Bee Deejay, is the heartbeat of our #STEPITUP movement. Supporting this musical initiative is our dance ambassador, Musa Motha, a professional dancer whose incredible talent has inspired millions, on Britain’s Got Talent. Additionally, we are honored to have Clubfoot Champion Mpumelelo Mhlongo standing alongside us, sharing his own journey and advocating for those
affected by clubfoot.
Make a donation on our BackaBuddy page to access the track and join the dance challenge as we #STEPITUP
Follow the steps
In a world filled with problems, effective clubfoot treatment gives joy and hope to children and their families.
Our dance champion
Watch Inspirational dancer Musa Motha get FIRST EVER GROUP Britain’s Got Talent GOLDEN BUZZER!
Our clubfoot champion
Our campaign impact - With your help!
Children living their full potential, where anything is possible.
“In a world filled with problems, effective clubfoot treatment gives joy and hope to children and their families.”
The STEPS Clubfoot Care Award-winning Model, driven by an innovative approach, produces undeniable impact – clinics equipped for success, families empowered, and children experiencing mobility and opportunity.
Established 2005 in South Africa by Karen Moss after her son’s successful clubfoot treatment.
Introduced non-invasive Ponseti Method to South Africa and neighbouring countries.
Hosted inaugural 2022 Clubfoot Africa Conference.