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Finite Group's Steptember Team Takes Steps For Cerebral Palsy Awareness

Friday, October 13, 2017



The Finite Group's ongoing passion for worthy causes has literally taken another step forward. Our Shared Services team put their hands up (and feet down) to support the Cerebral Palsy Alliance.

With a friendly competition between four teams, they've raised an impressive $5337 in the annual Steptember event. Walking a combined total of more than 6 .8 million steps, the participants competed to be the sole winner. It’s a great effort from a team that's finding new ways to give back to the community. 

Finite Group Managing Director, Tracy Thomson, says this is a cause worth supporting. "Our focus on health and well-being extends to the communities in which we operate. As a business that works daily to provide new opportunities for others, there's a natural synergy here. The Cerebral Palsy Alliance is doing amazing work which we are proud to support. We leapt at the chance to energise our teams and support this worthy challenge. And we're especially proud to see that energy reflected in the donations of our staff who supported this team. It's another sign that our staff work together to celebrate each other's values, passions and wins." 

Finite’s focus on health takes many forms. As a complex organisation, the Group's committed to giving staff a healthy, supportive work environment. And with a history of supporting great causes like the Steptember Challenge, it's a commitment that goes well beyond Finite's own offices. And one the Group has every intention to continue developing. 

The Cerebral Palsy Alliance operates from more than 70 sites throughout metropolitan, regional and rural NSW and the ACT. Its priority is to help babies, children, teenagers and adults living with cerebral palsy lead the most comfortable, independent and inclusive life possible. It provides family-centred therapies, life skills programs, equipment and support for people living with cerebral palsy and their families. 

Our congratulations to everyone involved. For more information visit www.cerebralpalsy.org.au

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