This September PACT are inviting you to take steps to empower women!

PACT is an adoption charity and family support provider which helps hundreds of families every year through outstanding adoption services and award-winning therapeutic support and inspirational community projects across London and the south of England.

Join this exciting step challenge and support PACT (Parents And Children Together) who through the Alana House projects supports 100’s of women from the Thames Valley who are facing multiple disadvantages.

About the challenge

The challenge is simple: choose a goal, donate or fundraise for Alana House and get stepping! You can do your steps any time through the month of September and any way you like, including walking around the house, doing the shopping, a morning run or a weekend walk.

To start the challenge, you will need to decide on your step target. There are three step options or you can choose your own amount:

Quick-stepper: 150,000 steps – that’s roughly 5,000 steps a day or around 15 miles a week.
Trail-blazer: 300,000 steps – that’s roughly 10,000 steps a day or around 30 miles a week.
Star-trekker: Half a million (500,000) steps – that’s roughly 16,600 steps a day or around 50 miles a week
Or choose your own amount!

Participants can do their steps however suits them, when it suits them and people can do them either individually or get together as team.

Registration for STEPtember is free for everyone. The challenge exists to raise money for Alana House so we do ask that you either donate what you can when you sign up, or ask family and friends to sponsor you through the challenge. You can sign up in a team or on your own and everyone signing up will receive a welcome email and a step tracker. To find out more and sign up:

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