Step up for sick kids

Walk or run 10,000 steps a day in May and raise funds to make hospitals a happier place for sick kids.


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Step up for sick kids

1 - 31 May 2024

Every minute of every day, a sick child is admitted to hospital in Australia. This May, thousands of Aussies across the country have taken on the Starlight Super Steps challenge for those kids.

Check out their progress and donate to one of them today!

It’s free to sign up, and by the end of the month, you’ll be fitter, feeling good and had plenty of fun along the way. And whether you choose to walk or run, you’ll be helping bring joy to seriously ill children with every step. Why not join us next year?

Here’s how it works

Step 1: Sign up

It only takes a minute. You can sign up solo, or take on the challenge with your friends, family or workmates as a team.  

Step 2: Raise funds

Your personalised fundraising page makes it super simple. Plus you’ll get support and advice, every step of the way.

Step 3: Step out

You’ll have fun, you’ll get fit, and you’ll join thousands of others stepping up to brighten the lives of sick kids in May.

  • Barth Building just donated $350.00
  • Riemil just donated $25.00
  • Jack Kotek just donated $50.00
  • Rapid Restoration Australia just donated $211.00
  • gail just donated $55.65
  • Michelle Henery just donated $41.15
  • Amy Schembri just donated $20.00
  • David Faella just donated $31.65
  • BOUNCE! Central Coast just donated $52.75
  • Dean Churcher just donated $78.00
  • Clare Irwin just donated $52.75
  • AR just donated $10.55
  • Diane Scrimshaw just donated $41.15
  • Alison Jones just donated $52.75
  • Anonymous just donated $10.00
  • Fiona Stanley just donated $105.50
  • Erin kefford just donated $50.00
  • Kerry just donated $21.10
  • Rhiannon&Emmy just donated $39.00
  • Drew Inglis just donated $105.50

Choose your challenge


10,000 STEPS A DAY

16,000 STEPS A DAY


Will you step up for sick kids like Henry?

Henry’s life became consumed by hospital when he was diagnosed with Stage 5 Nephroblastoma (Wilms Tumour kidney cancer) after experiencing a sore and bloated tummy.

Admitted to hospital immediately, Henry would go on to endure 46 weeks of chemotherapy, three weeks of radiation, and nine hours of surgery to save his life.

Throughout his treatment, the Captains learned all about Henry’s love of clocks, shared silly jokes, played games, and helped create crafty masterpieces, all to brighten Henry’s hospital experience.

When you join Starlight Super Steps, you’ll help make hospital a happier place for sick kids like Henry. The money you raise will help bring laughter and happiness to sick kids when they need it most.