Matt Smith Physical Therapy Toy Drive
(Las Vegas) – Matt Smith Physical Therapy recently completed its annual toy drive, which benefitted Light of the World Childhood Cancer Foundation, an organization that aims to provide programs to those affected by childhood cancer that give spiritual, emotional and financial support, and assist families with finding resources to address practical concerns. The company collected more than 300 toys for the foundation.
This drive is part of Matt Smith Physical Therapy’s Changing Lives Campaign, an ongoing effort to aid the Southern Nevada community. In 2014 alone, Matt Smith Physical Therapy has hosted a school supply drive for Don E. Hayden Elementary School; continued its Latin Chamber of Commerce scholarship program for students seeking to study healthcare-related fields in college; JDRF support; collected 2,371 pounds of food for Three Square Food Bank; and launched the Change Reaction campaign with the Clark County School District. Change Reaction is a “pay it forward” effort in which several CCSD elementary schools will be giving gifts throughout the year to other schools involved.
In addition, Matt Smith Physical Therapy has made donations to the following charities: Paralyzed Veterans of America – Nevada Chapter, Heaven Can Wait Animal Society, Ronald McDonald House Charities, Opportunity Village, National Association for Mental Illness, 3 Feet For Pete, The Children’s Heart Foundation, Child Haven, Make-A-Wish Foundation, American Cancer Society, Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada, and Goodie Two Shoes Foundation.
About Matt Smith Physical Therapy
Locally owned and operated, Matt Smith Physical Therapy maintains 13 locations in the Las Vegas valley, each of which have a bilingual staff. The practice specializes in sports medicine, pilates, spine, hand therapy, pediatric orthopedic physical therapy, and foot and ankle orthotics. Founded by Matt Smith, the practice is committed to changing lives through physical therapy and community outreach. For more information on Matt Smith Physical Therapy, visit www.mattsmithpt.com.