What is work4significance® Day?
work4significance® Day is the SOS Health Foundation’s premier annual fundraising event hosted by participating physiotherapy practices nationally. Funds raised ensure those who need them most and can least afford them, have access to physiotherapy and related allied health services most of us take for granted.
Participating physiotherapists and physio practices across Australia will pursue significance by donating physiotherapy to those in need — treatment for treatment.
Where will the money go?
All funds raised will be used by SOS Health Foundation to provide allied health services to improve the health of Australia’s most disadvantaged people and communities. Without the your support, these people wouldn’t otherwise have access to the same health services and resources that most of us take for granted. Supporting:
Remote Indigenous Programs
How can I be Significant?
On 5 September 2017, every hour — treatment for treatment, physios are giving allied healthcare to Australians who don’t have access to allied healthcare that most of us take for granted. Every hour a physio donates, two hands-on treatments will be provided for people who are homeless or living in remote communities.
For every hour you and your staff donate, two hands-on physio treatments will be provided for people who are homeless or living in remote communities. A whole day’s sales will make an enormous difference to so many. Register as a Practice.
Physios & Support Staff
Every hour you donate, two hands-on physio treatments will be provided for people who are homeless or living in remote communities. Register as an individual.
Not in Allied Health?
Book a physio treatment, pilates session or any other of the many services offered and an equivalent service will be provided to a disadvantaged Australian. Or make an Online Donation to help those in need.
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.
5th Sep 2017