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Feb 15, 2020


Beneco's Steptember 2019 Summary


Beneco’s Steptember 2019 Summary

#Steptember has come to an end!

The team at Beneco would like to thank the generosity of all sponsors for their donations throughout this month! We are super proud to have surpassed last years total for money raised


The priority at Cerebral Palsy Alliance is to help babies, children, teenagers and adults living with neurological and physical disabilities lead the most comfortable, independent and inclusive lives possible. All donations have helped make a difference to the lives of children living with cerebral palsy.


The Cerebral Palsy Alliance operates from 112 sites throughout metropolitan, regional and rural NSW and the ACT.


Cerebral Palsy Alliance

Beneco specialises in return to work services for employers, employees and insurance agencies. Beneco uses innovative thinking to individualise back-to-work strategies that are sustainable across a variety of different environments.

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