Work4Significance Day 2015

W4S - Carrum Downs 2015What is work4significance® Day?

work4significance® Day is the SOS Health Foundation’s premier annual fundraising event hosted by participating physiotherapy practices nationally. Since the first work4significance® Day in 2009, funds raised have supported the provision of physiotherapy and related health services for those who can least afford them in urban and remote communities.

1st Sep 2015

At participating physiotherapy practices nationally

Where will the money go?

SOS Health Foundation will use the money raised to fund probono physiotherapy services to support the homeless, those at risk of homelessness, and individuals and communities disadvantaged by poverty or remoteness:

  • Urban Program – Probono Physiotherapy Clinics in Melbourne and Brisbane
  • Remote Indigenous Programs – Physiotherapy and related services in remote communities in NE Arnhem Land and Palm Island, Nth Qld

Physios provide hands-on treatments and services to improve the health of Australians who wouldn’t otherwise have access to the same health services and resources that most of us take for granted.

How can I be Significant?

On 1 September 2015, participating physiotherapy practices across Australia will pursue their vision to be significant by raising funds for this truly significant cause. You too can ‘be significant’. Book a physio treatment, massage, pilates session or any other of the many services offered and help raise funds for the work of the SOS Health Foundation.

Give online

Make an online donation through our secure donation portal (GiveNow).

Join Workplace Giving on work4significance Day and your donation can keep giving throughout the year. More information available here.

Remember, 100% of all donations go to providing much needed health services to those who can least afford them.

SOS Health Foundation is registered as a non-profit public benevolent institution and is endorsed as a Deductible Gift Recipient in Australia. Donations of $2 or more are tax deductible.

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