The work of Steps is essential in making sure that all those with a serious childhood leg condition have the very best chance of achieving their full potential.
But without the support of our donors, volunteers and supporters we wouldn’t be able to do anything. Whether it’s providing emotional and practical support, giving families the information they desperately need, working to improve standards of care and treatment or collaborating on research projects to give a better future, we rely entirely on the donations of people like you.
Please take a moment to think how you can support us. You might simply want to make a donation now (please don’t forget Gift Aid!). Maybe you’d prefer to give an amount on a regular basis. Or you might choose to have fun with some friends and organise an event in aid of Steps.
Perhaps you work for a company which has a charity of the year or already makes grants to causes supported by its employees. Maybe your employer allows you to make tax-effective donations through payroll giving. You might be a member of a golf club or any other group in the community which raises money for charity. Or if you have children of school age, you could suggest Steps as a charity the school might support.
If you’re acting in a professional capacity, we’d love to talk to you about how Steps might work with your business, to work for the good of both of us.
And if you’re looking to give your time, then please tell us. We always need more volunteers, to help us with our outreach work, awareness raising and fundraising.
Whatever you choose to do, you can be sure that your support makes a huge difference to children, and their families, in some of the most challenging and difficult circumstances.
Our commitment to you is that any money you give to Steps will be managed sensibly and responsibly. When we spend that money, we will do so carefully and in ways that we genuinely believe have the biggest impact on our mission. And at all times, we try to keep our own costs to as low as we can, with the charity’s best interests at heart. Always.