Philanthropy & Culture: Watch Your Step Challenge

Philanthropy & Culture: Watch Your Step Challenge

As a patient-focused delivery team, we are committed to connecting our team members to patients and their families. Connecting our team to the patients has fostered a culture within our organization that is focused on providing solutions, meeting deadlines, and getting results.

To continue our commitment to being patient-focused, our team has successfully launched our 3rd annual Watch Your Step Challenge – a fitness challenge encouraging our team to raise funds and awareness for patient advocacy and community organizations.

Our first Watch Your Step Challenge kicked off in 2019 with our entire company splitting off into teams to compete head-to-head on weekly challenges raising funds for organizations chosen by the team members. Our teams began stepping for organizations like the Alzheimer’s Association, American Cancer Association, Chicago Run, Doctors Without Borders, Special Olympics, and St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.

In 2020, Project Farma kicked off our 2nd Annual Watch Your Step Challenge – rebranded as Step Up for Change. As 2020 proved to be a year of change, our team was determined to be the Postive Force the world needed. Throughout the Step Up for Change challenge, our teams made their way around the world for a chance to raise over $10,000 for those who need it most. Once again, we put the positive force into our teams’ hands to select a cause that mattered to them. This year, the organizations we stepped for included CureSMA, Daughters Rising, Epilepsy Foundation, GoodKids MadCity, Movement for Black Lives, MS Society, and the Wounded Warrior Foundation.

We’re excited to reignite our Watch Your Step Challenge in 2022, with the goal of taking 50 million steps (25,000 miles or one trip around the world) for organizations in need. This year, our teams are stepping for ALS Association, Chron’s & Colitis Foundation, Food for Thought, KC Cure, the National Patient Advocacy Foundation, the Sierra Club, Sight Savers, and the Muscular Dystrophy Association.