The dedication and tenacity of our clubfoot champions often blows us away. Dr Debra Carneol, a Steps supporter and dentist from Iowa, USA, completed the grueling 777 World Marathon and, in doing so, raised enough funds to donate 2 000 clubfoot braces from Clubfoot Solutions to support the Steps clubfoot clinic programme in eight provinces. […]
It’s ‘The World’s Most Beautiful Marathon’, and this year for the very first time you can run it so more kids born with clubfoot can walk! Introducing the 2018 OMTOM Steps Clubfoot Care Team. This year, for the very first time, you can run in the Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon to support the treatment […]
The support for our first ever “Steptember” campaign has been amazing. We have walked with an Olympic gold medalist, met our targeted steps, and have more people talking about clubfoot. Even better, thanks to your generosity, we have already raised enough to support eight more children through treatment! Eight more children will walk, run and play […]
We all face challenges, and there are so many problems in the world today that can make us feel overwhelmed. Clubfoot is a problem that has a solution. It is overwhelming for parents at first, but with early skilled care, these children are assured of a completely normal life without disability. Our ‘Steptember’ campaign was […]
In May 2015, the organisers of the 5th annual Africa Health Exhibition & Congress donated R252 300 to STEPS to go towards the treatment of clubfoot in Southern Africa. Delegates to the conferences organised by Africa Health were charged R100 to attend, which was collected and handed over to STEPS, the official charity of Africa Health […]
In 2016 STEPS has launched a new clubfoot awareness campaign, called “Laces for Braces”, which was announced on World Clubfoot Day, 3 June.
We’ve called on schools, businesses, sport teams and all Ponseti kids to take part and wear a pair of bright laces to show their support of World Clubfoot Day.
It is always wonderful to hear about clubfoot fundraising. And what better way to do it than a 544km Expedition Africa adventure race? You can still donate via the link below.
Green Valley Shopping Centre recently donated R3000 to STEPS to further the work we do in treating children born with clubfoot in Southern Africa. The centre hosted a Haunted House for Halloween, which included trick or treating throughout the centre. The entrance to the event was free but there were donation buckets where people could […]