In the Media
Thank you to The Citizen for helping us spread the message that clubfoot can be treated! Read as they share the story of Nthabiseng Mokoena and her daughter's clubfoot journey from being born with clubfoot and facing a life of disability to witnessing her daughter taking her first steps!
IOL - The Clubfoot Clinic at George Mukhari Academic Hospital is giving babies and children born with the musculoskeletal defect a chance to walk normally.
Stan chats to the Founder and Director of Steps Charity, Karen Moss about their STEPtember Challenge as well as what they do.
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.
Two girls from Micklefield School in Rondebosch have started a campaign to raise money to help children born with clubfoot deformities. Grade 6 pupils Jemima McQueen and Aalia Jawoodeen started the drive in February and hope to donate the proceeds to Steps – a non-profit helping children with clubfoot – in October.
Listen to Pippa Hudson (Cape Talk) on World Clubfoot Day 2019
Thanks to Rooi Rose magazine for raising awareness on clubfoot [...]
Olympic gold medalist Cameron van der Burgh has been a Steps Ambassador and clubfoot champion for a year now. We have loved partnering with this enthusiastic, kind, and determined champion who has won multiple awards yet remains so grounded and willing to help others.
Karen Moss, Steps founder, was featured in this Month's [...]