Little kids ask the big “why” questions all the time: why is the sky blue? Why is grandma’s skin wrinkly? Why do people get sick? As we get older, we don’t think so much about “why”, but deep down it’s still there – the thing that motivates us; our reason for doing the things we do. Our “why”.
Steps for Life – Walking for Families of Workplace Tragedy sets a lot of peoples’ “whys” into motion. Some people get involved in Steps for Life because of a personal experience with workplace tragedy – a loved one’s death or injury, or their own injury or illness. Others are motivated by a commitment to safety or want to support their community. Many appreciate the camaraderie of being part of a team or group of volunteers.
reasons for being part of Steps for Life, we’ll be asking you to think about them personally, and consider naming them publicly, as we ramp up to Steps for Life 2020. Watch for our hashtag #mywhy.