Update on the Orthopods Cycling for Clubfoot – A big thank you from Steps!

On 13 March, a team of 26 orthopods, family members and alumni from Tygerberghospital cycled the Cape Town Cycle Tour for STEPS. Tygerberg Hospital orthopaedic surgeons, back from left, Johan le Roux and Renier Kriel, and, in front, Tino-Vito Orlandi, Hentas van Zyl and Donnavan Foxcroft after they completed the Cape Town Cycle Tour. The […]

Cape Town Orthopods ride for clubfoot!

A team of orthopaedic surgeons from Tygerberg Hospital Orthopaedic department and alumni are preparing to ride the 2022 Cape Town Cycle Tour for Steps. Along with the monumental effort to ride the world’s largest timed race, the team are raising R50 000 from sponsors, which will change the lives of 25 children born with clubfoot. […]

Laura Ritchie’s Clubfoot Story

Laura Ritchie, who was born with clubfoot, has started a children’s clothing company, Rosiebee and will be giving 10% of all shoe sales to Steps. We were so thrilled that we spoke to Laura to learn more about her story and why she wants to support Steps Clubfoot Care. You grew up with clubfoot, tell […]

Clubfoot care in the time of COVID-19: A front line view

When lockdown started in South Africa in March 2020, Steps Clubfoot Care immediately registered as an essential supplier so we could continue our work supporting clubfoot patients. Clubfoot is a time sensitive condition, early treatment is recommended, in the first few weeks of life.

World Clubfoot Day launch of Steps Uthutho Fund to benefit clubfoot patients

We are proud and excited to launch the Steps Uthutho Fund to celebrate 2020 World Clubfoot Day. We decided to expand our initial campaign from transport and care package support for needy patients, to provide PPE for front line staff working at some of the 36 state clubfoot clinics that are short of stock, and […]

2019 STEPtember picnic

STEPS non-profit held its fifth annual STEPtember picnic at Tekkerz soccer park in Mowbray last Saturday to create awareness of clubfoot and the fact that this birth defect is fixable and treatable.

Silent auction: five-day Paris writer’s retreat

Clubfoot is a birth defect that can cause lifelong disability if not treated correctly and early. Luckily for these babies, there are many incredible people who are as passionate about our cause as we are and one of them is Nina. Nina was so touched by the life changing work we do that she has […]