Seventh Annual Neuroweek Fundraising Campaign
Neuroweek is September 13-17, 2021.
Neuroworx and WCF Insurance are partnering again to launch the 2021 Neuroweek fundraising campaign to benefit the Neuroworx pediatric physical and occupational therapy program. Neuroweek is a fundraising campaign organized and executed by WCF Insurance employees with help from community sponsors.
Now in its seventh year, Neuroweek features fundraising activities, including a charity golf tournament, family movie night, and chance drawing opportunities, with all proceeds going directly to Neuroworx. (All donations are tax deductible.) Since its inception, Neuroweek has raised more than $340,000 for Neuroworx, which translates to an additional 3,238 treatment and therapy sessions for children in need.
How Neuroworx uses the funds: On average, most insurance benefits provide 20 sessions of combined physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech-language pathology services per year. For children with neurological conditions, this is simply not enough. Donations raised through Neuroweek allow the Neuroworx pediatric program to continue to help more children with neurological conditions in our community.
How donors can help: We welcome company sponsors and community support to ensure a successful campaign. Sponsors receive special recognition throughout the week’s events and logo inclusion on the campaign’s website: neuroweek.org. If your company would like to be a part of Neuroweek by donating or sponsoring an event, please contact Steffanie using the information above. Thank you for your supporting Neuroworx and children in our community who need specialized care. For more information, please visit neuroweek.org.
About Neuroworx: Neuroworx is a nonprofit organization with outpatient physical, occupational, and speech therapy clinics focused on rehabilitation for individuals with neurologic conditions. In 2013, Neuroworx started a pediatric program to provide therapy services for children with neurological conditions, such as cerebral palsy, spina bifida, stroke, muscular dystrophies, traumatic brain injuries, and spinal cord injuries. Visit neuroworx.org for more information.