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PT Pub Night/VCU-Marquette Challenge Recap

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The Foundation for Physical Therapy teamed up with PT Pub Night last month to officially kick off the 2016-2017 VCU-Marquette Challenge at the National Student Conclave in Florida! Along the scenic Miami River, students had the opportunity to get to know the physical therapy community a little better and to learn more about the Challenge. …

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Foundation Legacy Society

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Legacy Society members have expressed their commitment to the Foundation and the future of the physical therapy profession through a very special gift. These donors have named the Foundation as the ultimate beneficiary of a planned gift. Such gifts might include a bequest and/or naming the Foundation as a beneficiary of a retirement plan, insurance policy or of a …

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Why Add Your School’s Name to “The List” for the VCU-Marquette Challenge?

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The Foundation for Physical Therapy’s mission is to fund and publicize physical therapy research. Over the past 28 years, PT and PTA students across the nation have been supporting the mission of the Foundation through the Marquette Challenge. For those who may not know, the Marquette Challenge is an annual grassroots fundraising effort coordinated and …

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Back to School! Connect with Faculty for the VCU-Marquette Challenge

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August means back to school for physical therapy students all over the United States. What better way to kick off new beginnings than by organizing a fundraiser for the VCU-Marquette Challenge? Organizing a fundraiser gives students the opportunity to demonstrate leadership and their dedication to philanthropy. Faculty support is key! Reach out to professors who …

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Summer Internship at the Foundation

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My time at the Foundation has flown by. When I left Wisconsin at the beginning of the summer, it was going to be my first time living away from my home state. I was nervous, but eager to start a new journey in Washington D.C. and at the Foundation for Physical Therapy. I began my …

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