Join the Greater Boston community and 50+ local companies in a month-long challenge to take 300 million steps together during May, National Trauma Awareness Month.
When the community reaches the steps goal, presenting sponsor Cigna will make a $100,000 donation to The Gillian Reny Stepping Strong Center for Trauma Innovation at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. All participants will receive health, wellness, and nutrition information from Brigham Health and Cigna, and be eligible for weekly drawings for prizes like Fitbits and Dick’s Sporting Goods gift cards.
Established by Boston Marathon bombing survivors, the Stepping Strong Center fuels trauma research and care to benefit civilians and military personnel worldwide who have suffered from the devastation of traumatic injuries.
- Download the mobile app or view on the web*
If prompted, input our organization code: STEPUP19
Confirm you’re signing up as part of the “Brigham and Women’s Hospital” group
- Create an account (name, email, username)
- Connect your fitness tracker or directly to the health app on your phone
Scroll down to the “Your Groups” section of the dashboard
Check the “Upcoming” tab to make sure you see “Step Up for Stepping Strong”
If you don’t, click the green “Join a group” button
- Select the “Join a team” button and find your company to participate! **
*After signup via the web, please download the MoveSpring app on your mobile device, login to your account, and connect your fitness tracker or health app on your phone
**If you’re joining as a general user and not part of a company team, please join the Brigham and Women’s Hospital team
Have questions or need support? Checkout the FAQ HERE or contact MoveSpring HERE (firstname.lastname@example.org)
STEP UP IN THE NEWS
Cigna keeps challenge promise, donates $100K to Boston hospital center
A fundraiser at Brigham & Women’s Hospital asked supporters to use fitness trackers for month. If they tracked 100 million steps together, Cigna agreed to donate $100,000 to the Gillian Reny Stepping Strong Center for Trauma Innovation. It’s supporters exceeded their 100 million goal with the final count coming in at more than 200 million steps.
Fitness trackers being considered for hybrid cardiac rehab program
Wearable fitness trackers help people set goals and keep them. Now Brigham and Women’s Hospital is considering them as part of a new hybrid cardiac rehab program.
To learn more about how you can support or be part of the Step Up for Stepping Strong challenge, please contact Zachary Dollar, director of corporate partnerships and cause marketing, at email@example.com or 617-424-4299.