direct access has made a huge impact on how patients can access physical therapy. Here's a patient testimonial--
"I was happy to have heard the news that direct access passed, because I don't have health insurance I try to keep doctor's visits to a minimum. When, my back wasn't getting better with acupuncture, my acupuncturist recommended FYZICAL Therapy and Balance Centers - Naperville. I was grateful that I didn't need to see an MD first and now 10 visits later I am feeling so much better. "
ALL DONATIONS support the IPTF's mission of educating the public, growing the future of the profession through student scholarships, supporting physical therapy research conducted in illinois, and promoting the phsyical therapy profession. THANK YOU FOR HELPING US SURPASS OUR GOAL AND RAISE OVER $4,400 ON OUR FIRST DAY OF GIVING!
Why is physical therapy research important? help us promote our profession through our students and to the public!
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We surpassed our goal of $3,100 for our 2018 #givingtuesday campaign!
next up is the 2019 #givingtuesday fox college student challenge.
Last year, we had over 120 students participate in the #givingtuesday Fox College student challenge. this year we have set the challenge for at least 150 students to participate with a goal of raising $500.
even if you aren’t a student, you can help them reach their goal! Your gift to the IPTF helps to strengthen and expand our support for physical therapy research, student scholarships, patient education, and the physical therapy profession, which is uniquely focused on enabling people to live purposeful, meaningful and balanced lives through movement. All donations support the IPTF, public education about PT, PT research conducted in Illinois, and student scholarships.
Donations are 100% tax deductible.
WAYS TO DONATE
Leave a legacy for physical therapy through IPTF. There are several options for including the Illinois Physical Therapy Foundation in your estate planning.
|A general bequest states that a specific amount of money, a percentage of your estate or a certain piece of property, be given at the time of your death. For most people, a gift of a percentage of the remaining estate after taxes and debts have been fulfilled is the most appropriate use of a general bequest.
The following sample language illustrates how a general bequest to IPTF might be phrased in your will or trust:
I give, devise, and bequeath % of my Estate, after taxes and debts have been satisfied, to the Illinois Physical Therapy Foundation, an Illinois non-profit corporation, located in Naperville, Illinois.
I give, devise and bequeath that the amount $ be given to the Illinois Physical Therapy Foundation, a non-profit corporation, located in Naperville, Illinois.