Community means so many different things: it means the physical place where we live, and it can also mean people who share something, whether that’s related to work, family or life experience. Most of us belong to a few different communities.
Steps for Life - Walking for Families of Workplace Tragedy taps into all those definitions of community. You can participate in an event in your physical community, join together to raise funds with your work community, or gather your like-minded support community to get behind your Steps for Life efforts.
In 2020, we watched a national community blossom online as people from East to West shared their personal commitment and fun activity to support Steps for Life’s COVID-19 version. For 2021, we’re ready for anything: some communities may be able to have traditional in-person walks, while others may need to stick to smaller get-togethers or individual activities. Some people may not have a community walk close by, or may simply prefer to do Steps for Life their own way. All the options are open and welcome. No matter how we participate in 2021, #WeWalkTogether.