ApexNetwork Gives Back

ApexNetwork's Commitment to Community: Giving Back and Making a Difference

Explore ApexNetwork’s commitment to social responsibility and community engagement, where our dedication extends beyond the clinic walls. Discover how our philanthropic initiatives, ranging from local support to national partnerships with organizations such as Feeding America, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Operation Homefront, Toys-for-Tots, and more, are making a meaningful impact. At ApexNetwork Physical Therapy, we are deeply rooted in the communities we serve. Encouraging our clinics to engage in community outreach, support local schools, sports teams, and other organizations, we strive to make a positive difference at both local and national levels. Additionally, ApexNetwork franchises actively contribute to causes like the Bruce Arians Family Foundation, Women’s Crisis Center, and co-sponsor an annual cross-country motorcycle ride to raise funds for the Wounded Warrior Project and Giant Steps St. Louis.

Tunnels to Towers Foundation

Since 9/11, the Tunnels to Towers Foundation has been helping America’s heroes by providing mortgage-free homes to Gold Star and fallen first responder families with young children and by building specially-adapted smart homes for catastrophically injured veterans and first responders. We are also committed to eradicating veteran homelessness and helping America to Never Forget September 11, 2001.

FIghter Country Foundation

Fighter Country Foundation’s mission is to support the men, women, families, and mission of Luke Airforce Base. They are the leader in the Valley of the Sun in enhancing the morale and well-being, culture and tradition, and sustainability of Luke AFB. They promise to build long-term positive relationships between the Luke AFB community and the Valley of the Sun.

The Duco Project
(Leaders & Legends)

Rick Hogg, a 29-year US Army Special Ops veteran, joined forces with Scott’s Wish to ensure that no Special Operations Forces (SOF) K9 handler is burdened with making medical decisions for their cherished partner in retirement due to financial constraints.

Much like their human counterparts, these dogs, having endured harsh and perilous working conditions, often require specialized medical attention upon discharge. However, unlike humans, there’s no “Doggie VA” or government-funded assistance for the often substantial veterinary expenses.

Gateway Dragon Boat Festival
(Signature Healthcare Foundation)

The mission of Signature Healthcare Foundation is to utilize physician leadership to improve the quality, efficiency, and affordability of healthcare. The Foundation’s core values include the importance of the physician perspective in healthcare policy & delivery, an emphasis on maximizing efficient business practices, change through individuals, encouraging informed healthcare policy and decisions through the distribution of information, and facilitating a healthy community. The Foundation also provides community funding which supports physicians in their efforts to improve healthcare through individual healthcare support through Operation Family Help & funding of organizations supporting a healthy community.

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