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Feb 15, 2020


#Steptember & Beneco


#Steptember & Beneco

We are proud to announce that Beneco have been able to raise a total of $3,281.50 during #Steptember!


The team was able to hit a grand total of 3,317,339 steps. Thank you to all those who sponsored and participated. You’ve all helped make a difference to the lives of children living with cerebral palsy.


Cerebal Palsy is a physical disability affecting a person’s ability to move. Cerebal Palsy Alliance works to help babies, children, teenagers and adults living with this condition to have an independent and inclusive life.


There are over 70 sites throughout NSW and ACT, and they strive to provide family-centred therapy, life skills programs, equipment and support for people living with cerebal palsy and their families.


It’s been a pleasure participating in #steptember for 2018. We are extremely proud to be supporters of this initiative and are looking forward to stepping through this again next year!

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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