Peak Physical Therapy & Sports Performance Restarts Community ‘Give Back 2021’ Initiative

Filed Under: Philanthropy, Other News

Peak Physical Therapy & Sports Performance has restarted their “Give Back 2021” initiative where each month one employee selects a charity and Peak donates money based on the number of patients seen at each clinic.

Braintree clinic medical receptionist Sara Kholandi selected NuDay Syria and the clinic raised $171. Pembroke clinic physical therapist Omar Abo-Sida selected Boston Healthcare for the Homeless and the clinic raised $129. Scituate clinic physical therapist Rachel Quinlan selected United State for UNIFEC and the clinic raised $274. Norwell clinic manager and physical therapist Christine Cormier selected the Norwell Food Pantry and the clinic raised $245.

The Quincy clinic selected the Friends of Providence Animal Care and Control Center and the clinic raised $184. The Hanover clinic selected the Germantown Food Bank in Quincy and the clinic raised $139.

“Selecting a charity is a great way to stay aware of what is happening in the communities where we live and work as well as broaden our awareness of people in need around the world,” said Eric Edelman, owner of Peak Physical Therapy & Sports Performance. “Our teams take great pride in volunteering and community outreach.”


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