NEW YORK, Nov. 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- With the holidays fast approaching, it is indeed the season for giving. Giving backto the community has always been a top priority for OrthoPro Services Inc. The company's new Employee Matching Gift Program, in which charitable donations made by our employees are matched by the company's matching program - symbolizing OrthoPro Services'
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Employee Matching Gift Program administered by the OrthoPro Services Charitable Fund will support and encourage employees' philanthropic efforts by matching their personal charitable donations dollar-for-dollar to 501(c)(3) charitable organizations up to $500 per employee per year. This program will enable nonprofits to receive double the amount of the initial employee's donation.
Jack Aizenstein, founder and President of OrthoPro Services, said the Matching Gift Program creates significant value in a number of different ways, "By matching our employees' generous donations we're making valuable contributions to charitable organizations across the nation that help improve quality of life."
"What makes this program especially effective is that we will support any charity our employees choose, which means a widely diverse range of organizations and causes will receive valuable donations," Jack Aizenstein said. "Our Matching Gift Program and overall generosity of our employees are a source of pride for all of us at OrthoPro Services."
About OrthoPro Services Charitable Fund
OrthoPro Services Charitable Fund supports the needs of our communities by supporting philanthropic organizations that help improve overall quality of life. The Fund accomplishes its goals by donating to 501(c)(3) charitable organizations throughout the U.S. and matching donations made to nonprofits by OrthoPro Services employees. Visit www.orthoprocares.org for more information.
About OrthoPro Services Employee Matching Gift Program
Employee Matching Gift Program administered by the OrthoPro Services Charitable Fund supports and encourage employees' philanthropic efforts by matching their personal charitable donations to 501(c)(3) charitable organizations dollar-for-dollar up to $500 per employee per year. This program enables nonprofits to receive double the amount of the initial employee donation in order to support valuable charitable causes.
About OrthoPro Services:
New York City based OrthoPro Services Inc. is a leading provider of home medical products designed to relieve pain and improve function. OrthoPro Services has an industry-wide reputation and is committed to promoting positive patient outcomes by providing products and services that meet and exceed expectations of patients, healthcare professionals and insurance payors. OrthoPro Services is accredited by the Board of Certification/ Accreditation (BOC) and is a proud member of American Orthotic and Prosthetic Association (AOPA). Visit www.orthoproservices.com for more information.
About Jack Aizenstein:
In private practice since 1994, Jack Aizenstein, CO, BOCO is a Board Certified Orthotist (American Board for Certification in Orthotics, Prosthetics & Pedorthics and Board of Certification/Accreditation) and is a founder and President of OrthoPro Services.
Jack Aizenstein is an active member of American Academy of Orthotists & Prosthetists and is a member of the following AAOP Scientific Societies:
Jack Aizenstein has helped countless number of patients of all ages to recover from injury or illness, to better adapt to disabling condition and to live healthier, more productive lives.
OrthoPro Services Charitable Fund
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