As Physical and Occupational therapists, helping others is central to what we do. Since Athletico’s founding in 1991, our team has been committed to giving back in the communities where we live and work. Even in the difficult year of 2020, our teams found ways to participate in various charitable giving efforts to fulfill this mission.
This year, when we couldn’t physically be together, our team virtually came together to participate in the Athletico Cares Virtual 5K – with more than 300 donations benefitting Feeding America’s COVID-19 Relief Fund to support families in need. Additionally, 50+ Athletico team members committed to 50 miles of movement during the month of September, taking on the Resilience Challenge to support our partners at the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society®. Take a look at the slideshow below to see some of the many ways in which our team gave back in 2020. Click the link here to view the recent holiday donations made to various organizations throughout the many regions we live and work.
At Athletico, our charitable giving initiatives are driven by a commitment to the communities we serve. We appreciate the support from all of the patients, partners and employees that help us give back to those in need each year.
Click the button below to learn more about our community involvement or to fill out a charitable giving donation request.
The Athletico Cares giving platform was created to support our employees, our patients and the communities that we operate to help address some of the challenges that have been created by COVID-19.
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