Fitness application StepSetGo (SSG), Aatmanirbhar Bharat App Innovation Challenge winner, have announced a special partnership with Habitat for Humanity India. Through this partnership, StepSetGo aims to reach its users to help assist the NGOs humanitarian efforts for families affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The bootstrapped fitness startup aims to do so through customised paid Virtual Marathons accessible in the ‘Arena’ section of the app. The challenges go LIVE on 5th December 2020 and are now open for enrollment.
Shivjeet Ghatge, CEO and Co-founder, StepSetGo said, “Since inception, the larger goal of StepSetGo is promoting fitness and building fitter communities. We have kept innovation at the forefront to make this initiative seamlessly fit into people’s lives. The partnership with Habitat for Humanity India is an extension of the overarching objective of nurturing lives in every way possible that StepSetGo thrives on. We are extremely grateful to extend our family of 7 million users to this initiative and make as much impact as possible. COVID-19 has had a devastating effect on lives around the world and each one of us must offer possible support in our capacity.”
“With no sustained access to secured income, people living in low-income groups are the most vulnerable to the perils of COVID-19. In these difficult times, community participation across the social and economic spectrum is vital to ensuring that security and livelihood sustenance is provided to the people affected by COVID-19 Pandemic. Our partnership with StepSetGo in organising the marathon, volRUNteer, on International Volunteer day, will help us move forward towards providing essential support to the marginalised community and ensure their wellbeing in times of crisis. I want to extend my gratitude towards the team of StepSetGo and urge all the users to support Habitat India to reach out to the most vulnerable people and help them sustain through the pandemic,” said Rajan Samuel, Managing Director, Habitat for Humanity India.
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