IPT presents check to Heather’s Closet
Posted: Thursday, December 29, 2016
On Tuesday, December 13, 2016, Indiana Physical Therapy presented a check to Heather’s Closet. The donation was raised by both staff and over the course of October through individual donations and an in-house fundraiser.
Heather’s Closet is a non-profit organization whose mission is to educate young people on teen dating violence prevention in addition to relationship awareness by using a customized curriculum and specialty programs. In order to fulfill their mission and provide these services, they rely on the generosity of individuals and businesses for support. After seven years of operation, the organization strives to expand its programs and events.
IPT was first made aware of this organization when dating violence claimed the life of one the owner’s family members far too soon. During the fundraiser, IPT personnel were able to wear purple and purchase shirts to wear by donating a small amount.
To donate to or become involved in any way with this organization, contact Executive Director Joni Kuhn, at Heather’s Closet, (260) 615-4831.
IPT, the premier independent provider of outpatient rehabilitation services in northern Indiana was founded in 1988 and has grown to sixteen locations including seven in Fort Wayne and one each in Angola, Auburn, Bluffton, Columbia City, Decatur, Huntington, Kendallville, New Haven, and Warsaw. For more information on Indiana Physical Therapy, please visit www.indianapt.com and visit Heather’s Closet on their Facebook page.
Shown in the photo from left are Troy Smith, owner, Indiana Physical Therapy; Joni Kuhn, executive director, Heather’s Closet; Andy Vogel and Dave Kuhn, both owners, Indiana Physical Therapy.