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About Move Together:
At Move Together, our vision is to have a clinic in every community, and community in every clinic, and we are driven by the belief that everyone deserves access to quality rehab medicine. In 2017, our first full calendar year in operation, we are proud to have taken palpable steps towards our vision and made progress with each of our programs, through the heart and dedication of each of our volunteers. Our largest program, PT Day of ServiceⓇ spread service projects to all 50 states in the United States and grew to 55 countries across the world in 2017. The PTDOS volunteers also grew in size, to nearly 5,000 this year, putting us over 10,000 volunteers total in the history of the program.
2017 also brought our first Clinic Development Project, as we built a brand new, sustainable physical therapy clinic in a community in need of healthcare resources and support. We partnered with the municipal leadership in Villa Nueva, Guatemala, to build the clinic. It is in full operation and run by local physical therapists today. We plan to return in January 2018 to supply more equipment, provide further education and mentorship, and build more connections with the local community members. We also introduced our Pro Bono Incubator in 2017, which provided $10k in funding, resources and mentorship to innovative non-profit pro bono clinics. We received nearly 20 applications with new, unique, and inspired ideas to improve access to care in each of their respective communities. Funding was granted to six of those applicants and we are beginning to see their amazing progress. The above are just a few of the many highlights from the past year. We truly believe that 2017 was only the tip of the iceberg; we believe that with our team and dedicated set of volunteers, there is so much more we can do to spread access to quality rehab medicine around the corner and around the world. We thank you for all that you have done already and look forward to fulfilling our mission and pursuing our vision alongside you.