The Catalyst Club is our critical mass of friends, family, students, and professionals helping us take strides towards our vision. It’s a structured way for anyone to get more involved with Move Together and play an active role in increasing access to quality rehabilitation medicine around the corner and around the world.

Joining Catalyst Club is simple

 

Our 3 Catalyst Club pillars are financial sustainability, service participation, and operational support.

 

Each cat club member selects a minimum of 2 pillars to participate in annually. Through your servant leadership and the overall collective actions of the club is how we will catalyze sustainable and responsible change in communities around the world. Below is a general look at the options:

  • Financial sustainability: individual or group fundraiser; monthly donations of any amount of your choosing; and/or monthly coffee subscription with our partner Papa’s Legacy Coffee.
  • Service participation: PT Day of Service (if unable to participate, you can discuss another activity with our leadership team).
  • Operational support: combine your passion and special gifts to influence our programs, projects, and team in fulfilling our mission and pursuing our vision.

Help us change the world by signing up now!

To join the Catalyst Club, click the above link. As part of the Catalyst Club, you will receive priority announcements, discounts on service trips, discounts on merchandise, periodic updates on our collective progress, and online and in-person events with prizes to show our appreciation!

 

If you have questions regarding the Catalyst Club, please email us at catalystclub@movetogether.org. We are very grateful for your contribution towards our mission and will be in touch soon!


Catalyst Club Program Director: Beth Horn

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Beth is an early professional physical therapist with a servant heart. She graduated in May 2017 with her Doctor of Physical Therapy from Northern Arizona University. She currently practices at Barrow Neurological Institute as an outpatient aquatic and neurologic physical therapist. Beth participated in her first medical mission trip with Move Together to Villa Nueva, Guatemala. There, she was part of a team who built a sustainable physical therapy clinic, treated patients, and taught Guatemalan students physical therapy techniques. Prior to becoming a physical therapist, Beth was a business analyst for 7 years specializing in pricing and strategic business analysis. Beth enjoys spending time with her family and loves adventure!


"Move Together sets the standard for changing the world. If you are looking to get involved, there is no better organization to be a part of. You will change the life of others and develop lifelong friends in the process."
- Anonymous Move Together Volunteer