First 300 registrants will receive a free snood to keep them warm during the campaign.
Cope Foundation has announced its 300,000 Steps Challenge for the month of February, which is supported by EY. Businesses, families and communities are encouraged to help the Cork disabilities organisation by taking on the fitness challenge and committing to reach the 300,000 steps target in the 28 days of February in an effort to stay healthy, motivated and focused.
The disabilities organisation is delighted to have EY return as main sponsors of the initiative. Online registration is now open and the first 300 registrants will receive a free #StepsForChage snood to keep them warm and cosy during the 28-day challenge.
The campaign offers people a great way to stay active and moving throughout February – which is especially important now that most of us are spending more time than ever at home and in front of screens. The easiest way to count and keep track of your steps is by using an app on your phone or your wearable activity-tracker.
All funds raised will go towards projects and programmes that empower and support people with intellectual disabilities and/or autism across Cork city and county.
You can register for the 300,000 Steps Challenge here
ABOUT COPE FOUNDATION
Cope Foundation supports over 2,800 children and adults of every ability to live ‘Your Life, Your Way’. We work to enhance the lives of people with an intellectual disability and/or autism; working in partnership with them, their families and local communities to provide a broad range of person-centred services and support.