Stepping For Preemies

Join NAPSW's Stepping For Preemies! — Raise Funds to Support Hospital Family Support Programs and NAPSW Scholarships

NAPSW is launching it's annual "Stepping for Preemies" Campaign! This fundraising campaign is meant to be a wellness activity that raises funds for both for NAPSW conference scholarships and Hospital Family Support Programs!  How do we do this? Use your tracking device (Fitbit, Smart Phone app, Up Band, etc) to monitor and keep track of your steps. 

The registration fee of $25 is the participation cost and contribution for the fundraiser.  In order to participate it is recommended you have access to a fitness application via your smartphone or computer and a Facebook account to log your progress.  We are asking that you screen save and upload your steps/ run progress to NAPSW's Stepping for Preemies Facebook page.  You also have the option of registering and donating without participating in the wellness activity. You can also sign up and track your steps without signing up for Facebook but you will not be able to share your progress nor view others. 
How To Participate:  Click here to register or on the link below.  You will then be invited to access the private Stepping For Preemies Facebook page at NAPSW.org where you can upload photos and share your progress.
   

When:  Register anytime.  The campaign starts July 1st, 2019 and ends August 31, 2019.

Cost:  $25 per individual (May enroll in groups of up to four and even give yourself a team name).

What Do I Get Out of It?: The opportunity to improve your fitness in a fun way, while raising money for NAPSW scholarships and hospital family support programs. 

Can I Still Do It If I Don't Want to Join Facebook:  Yes. Registering does not require signing up for Facebook or participating in the private Stepping for Preemies Facebook page.  

Do I Have to be a Member of NAPSW?: No. Anyone and everyone can participate. Click here to download a flyer to share with your friends and colleagues. 

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