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2014 PFC Fundraising Research Campaign Launching Soon!

We are currently attempting to raise $80,000. To keep improving the practice of physiotherapy. By funding research that develops better assessment, treatment, prevention and educational tools, physiotherapists are constantly improving their treatment practices, and helping their patients get better, faster. 

We are very close to wrapping the project up. Please keep checking back for more updates, and help us to spread the word to your colleagues, friends & family!

At any time you can make a donation! Thank you.

For more information about the campaign please contact the foundation at foundation@physiotherapy.ca or call 1-888-285-4136 / 613-564-5454

 

Ottawa Physio Race 2014

 

It’s time to lace up and run for a good cause!  The 2014 edition of the Ottawa Physio Race is set to go on May 03, 2014 at Immaculata High School.  You can find more information and register now at their website: www.ottawaphysiorace.ca

This year’s race will benefit the One Boy One Van Foundation, which helps special-needs families living in Eastern Ontario with the purchase of wheelchair accessible vehicles, as well as the Physiotherapy Foundation of Canada, the University of Ottawa Rehabilitation Science PhD program, and the Eastern Ontario District of the Ontario Physiotherapy Association.

We look forward to seeing you there!

 

 

How to Give

Our goal is to increase our pool of endowed research funds to $3 million which will put us in a position to offer about $150,000 a year in research grants, awards and scholarships, nearly tripling what we currently can disburse.

You can make a tax-deductible donation by donating today!

2014 Research Grants & Scholarships

Submissions are now closed. Results will be published on July 2014. For more information  please write to Rosalby Kelly, Grants Program Manager at rkelly@physiotherapy.ca

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