Each year Global PT Day of Service unites thousands of volunteers from countries all over the world in a day of service.
All sponsorships benefit Move Together, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission is to increase access to quality rehab medicine around the corner and around the world. Move Together is the parent organization of Global PT Day of Service, meaning that it handles all of the operations and expenses involved with planning, promoting and executing PTDOS each year.
Move Together was co-founded by Efosa Guobadia, PT, DPT and Josh D’Angelo, PT, DPT, OCS in January 2016. Efosa and Josh share the passion of improving lives through movement and believe that everyone deserves access to high quality rehab medicine. Move Together strives to provide opportunities for individuals and organizations to serve in a structured, sustainable, and responsible fashion.
Move Together is focused on fulfilling its mission through actions within the three main pillars of the organization:
Thank you to all our sponsors for making it possible for PTDOS to better the world!
Academy of Acute Care Physical Therapy
Indiana Chapter, American Physical Therapy Association
California Physical Therapy Association
Brooks Institute of Higher Learning
Illinois Physical Therapy Association
Julie Wiebe Physical Therapy, Inc.
The McKenzie Institute USA
Section on Health Policy and Administration, HPA The Catalyst
New York Physical Therapy Association
Tennessee Physical Therapy Association
Oregon Physical Therapy Association
MGH Institute of Health Professions
Rich Serverin & “Game of Thrones” Pool
Frequently Asked Questions
Who coordinates PTDOS?
PT Day of Service is a program featured by Move Together, Inc and is run by a team of over 20 volunteers. Move Together is a 501(c)3 non- profit, tax exempt organization, whose mission is to increase access to quality rehabilitation medicine around the corner and around the world. More information on Move Together can be found on its website or by contacting the co-founders, Efosa Guobadia (Efosa@MoveTogether.org) and Josh D’Angelo (Josh@MoveTogether.org).
Where do the funds go?
Donations are being managed by Move Together, Inc, a 501(c)3 non- profit, PTDOS's parent organization. The efforts of the team have been 100% volunteered. Proceeds will be going towards the enhancement and operations of Move Together Inc., whose mission is to increase access to quality rehab medicine around the corner and around the world.
Move Together works to ensure administrative costs for PTDOS are kept low. From the beginning, PTDOS has been run with a mindset of quality, effectiveness, and sustainability. All funds above administrative costs will be used to to support Move Together's programs and operations, including but not limited to Move Together's Clinic Development program, Clinic Enhancement program, Pro Bono Incubator program, and Catalyst Club. Different sustainable global health projects have already begun in the U.S. and Central America, with more projects planned in the coming years. For more information on our programs, operations, and costs please feel free to contact us.
What does it mean to be a sponsor?
Our sponsors are organizations (ie Universities, clinics, corporations, etc) that support PTDOS. Each sponsor fulfills three main requirements:
Promote and participate in PTDOS;
Identify at least one ambassador within their organization
Donate at one of the sponsorship tiers (ranging from $250-$2000).
How do we sign up to become a sponsor?
All sponsors can sign up and make their donation on the sponsor page on our website.
Are donations tax deductible? How do I receive my receipt for donation?
Donations will be processed through Move Together. As Move Together is a 501(c)3 non-profit, tax exempt organization, all donations are tax deductible. For all donations over $250, a receipt will be emailed to your registered email address within 48 hours of registration. If you would like a receipt for a donation under $250 please contact our Co-Founder, Josh, at Josh@MoveTogether.com