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IPT gives to Big Brothers Big Sisters

Posted: Thursday, December 29, 2016

Indiana Physical Therapy teams up with Big Brothers Big Sisters as their sole Corporate Community Partner for 2017. Both organizations are excited to partner together to benefit the organization and its mission to help local children reach their potential through professionally supported one-to-one mentor relationships.

In the spirit of Holiday Giving, the partners of Indiana Physical Therapy presented a donation to Big Brothers Big Sisters to support their mentoring programs in 2017. The funding will support more than 50 brand new mentoring matches as well as programming and events to benefit the lives of children.

Indiana Physical Therapy, a longtime supporter is committed to the mission and vision of Big Brothers Big Sisters, investing to help strengthen the local communities by providing children with mentors to improve their grades and school attendance, enhance their self-esteem, avoid the dangers of drugs and alcohol and have better opportunities for brighter futures.

Shown in the photo from left to right are Andy Vogel, owner, Indiana Physical Therapy; Shelley Schwab, director of development, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northern Indiana; Josette Rider, chief executive officer, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northern Indiana; Dave Kuhn, owner, Indiana Physical Therapy and Troy Smith, owner, Indiana Physical Therapy.