Our supporters


Steps deeply appreciates our generous donors who provide operational and programme support.  Our donor funding base is from South  African CSI, local and international Foundations and Trusts, Institutions, Individual donors and the National Lottery Commission

Significant in-kind donation for training and clinic support:

MD Orthopaedics, On His Path, BSN Medical, City Lodge

donation and support

Support and collaboration for our programmes and projects:

South African Paediatric Orthopaedic Society (SAPOS), South African Department of HealthBotswana Ministry of Health, Namibia Ministry of Health, Ponseti International Association, Clubfoot Solutions,   Seychelles Ministry of Health, Tanzania Clubfoot Care OrganizationUSA River Rehabilitation and Training Centre

support and collaboration

Associate organisations:

Genetics Alliance South AfricaRural Doctors Association of Southern Africa (RuDASA)Global-HELPSteps Charity Worldwide (UK), South African Society of PhysiotherapyGlobal Clubfoot Initiative

associate organisations

Official Charity Partner, 2015 Africa Health Expo

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The hospitals and clinics we work with/support:

South Africa:
Maitland Cottage Children’s Orthopaedic Hospital (Red Cross Childrens’ Hospital)
Worcester Hospital
Steve Biko Academic Hospital
Themba Hospital
Zithulele Hospital
Settlers Hospital (Grahamstown)
Grey’s Hospital (Pietermaritzburg)
Newcastle Hospital
Ladysmith Hospital
Edendale Hospital
Ngwelezane Hospital


Mahalapye District Hospital
Letsholathebe II memorial hospital, Maun


Oshakati Hospital


Seychelles (Victoria) Hospital, Mahe


The generous donors who are touched by our cause and have assisted us financially or with goods, services and time:


C-Pro Direct

Dr Shafique Pirani
Dr Naomi Davis
Dr Monica Nogueira
Michiel Steenbeek
Professor Arnold Christianson, NHLS
The Uganda Clubfoot Project

South African Airways
Rotary Club Burnaby (Canada)
Wits Donald Gordon Medical Centre
Adler Museum, Wits Medical School
Adcock Ingram
Mtshali Moss Projects Africa
Tsogo Sun
Painless Practice
Our Kids of the Cape