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NeuroHope Awarded $36,000 Grant from OrthoIndy Foundation!

I’m thrilled to announce that NeuroHope is the recipient of a $36,000 program grant from the OrthoIndy and Indiana Orthopedic Hospital Foundation!  This generous gift is made possibly by the Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF).  We are honored to have their support!

The OrthoIndy Foundation was created in 2012 with a mission to improve mobility and function for residents of Central Indiana.  The Foundation supports local programs that work specifically to increase self-sufficiency, promote wellness, and improve the quality of life for individuals in need.

NeuroHope centers its program on providing supplemental physical therapy services for individuals living with and recovering from neurologic injury.  Most patients attend NeuroHope because their insurance coverage has been capped.  These individuals need extended therapy and more time with specialists to work on goals that maximize recovery and improve their quality of life.   NeuroHope offers drastically discounted private-pay rates so that individuals have an affordable option to continue the care they need.

This award from the OrthoIndy Foundation helps fund the supplementary care we provide, and will ensure our program remains strong in 2017!

Chris Named to IBJ’s “Forty Under 40” List

Every year the Indianapolis Business Journal selects forty individuals in the Indy metro area who “have demonstrated impressive career achievements and unparalleled community involvement before the age of 40.”  The annual list is meant to recognize some of our city’s up-and-coming entrepreneurs, philantropists, and community leaders.   I am honored to be a member of the 24th class!

Chris&Kristen40under40A special print edition of the IBJ was dedicated to the class, and an in-depth profile of each member was included.  Read my segment here:

http://www.ibj.com/articles/56987-forty-under-40-chris-leeuw

The class of 2016 was honored at a reception at the Skyline Club in the One America Building and will also have the privilege to preside over a $40,000 grant, provided by the Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF), to local charities.

I can’t thank the NeuroHope team and our supporters enough for all that has been done to launch our clinic over the last three years.  Without their support NeuroHope would be an idea instead of reality.  And, we are only just beginning!