Impacting lives – work4significance Day


On work4significance Day, every hour — treatment for treatment, participating Back In Motion physio practices gave their time and money to provide physiotherapy to Australians who don’t have access to allied healthcare that most of us take for granted.  Every hour of time a physio donated, two hands-on physio treatments will be provided for people who are homeless, in crisis, and individuals and communities disadvantaged by poverty or remoteness.

Congratulations to the following Practices and Individual who won prizes for their outstanding contribution:

1. Highest practice donation – Back In Motion Rosny Park  
The team at Back In Motion Rosny Park raised the highest amount on work4significance Day and will have this donation matched by Jason and Paulina Smith – doubling the amount of treatments provided for their efforts!

2. Highest donation by an individual – Ben Croxford, Back In Motion Wantirna South 
Ben from Back In Motion Wantirna South contributed the highest individual staff donation on work4signficance Day and will receive a fully-funded Outreach experience with SOS Health Foundation in 2018.

3. Best dressed practice – Back In Motion Woodville 
Back In Motion Woodville in South Australia are the winners of our best dressed practice category. SOS Health Foundation chose the winner based on shared images from the event and the use of the hashtag #w4sd2017. The team have won a dinner on Back In Motion Health Group Support Office!

Congratulations to all our prize winners! And thank you again for your support in 2017. Through your efforts, SOS Health can continue its work providing vital allied health services to disadvantaged Australians in our urban centres and remote communities.

w4sd Balnarring team

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