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Cruisin-4-Kids in Wisconsin a Great Success!

Over 100 motorcycle riders, passengers, volunteers and celebrants participated in the Annual Cruisin-4-Kids Motorcycle Ride in Milwaukee, WI on Saturday, July 19, 2014.  The event raised over $5,000 for children with physical impairments. The ride kicked off at Marx Pioneer Inn in Muskego, and riders enjoyed a scenic cruise through beautiful Wisconsin with stops at Hogg Alley, Whiskey Waters, 4 Keeps Bar, Knucklehead Pub and Blue Overalls.  They wrapped up the day with a post-ride celebration back at Marx Pioneer Inn.  

The highlight of the event was a special presentation to seven-year-old Josh Leake.  Josh, who has cerebral palsy, received an $1,100 check that will be used to purchase a Crocodile walker. The walker will give Josh that ability to move around more independently.

Two additional Wisconsin-based organizations were honored at the event, and presented with checks. The Vision Forward Association received $500 that will go directly toward their new program that teaches visually impaired children how to walk independently in the dark. Newly founded Birdies-4-Life was given $600 for use toward their mission of helping children with disabilities participate in recreational activities like golf, swimming and bike riding.

Missed Cruisin-4-Kids?  You can still help!

Complementing the Annual Cruisin-4-Kids Motorcycle Ride is the Foundation’s Annual Harley Raffle, which is taking place through Friday, August 22. This year's grand prize is a 2014 Harley-Davidson Road King, with additional cash prizes of $2500, $1500, $500 and ten $100 winners. Tickets are $20 each or 3 for $50, and can be purchased at any ATI Physical Therapy location.  Drawing will be held Tuesday, September 2.  Winners will be announced at www.ATIfoundation.com.

The ATI Foundation, a not-for-profit organization founded in 2003 by ATI Physical Therapy, is committed to aiding children with physical impairments in need of medical resources and funding to enhance and sustain a better quality of life. The focus of the ATI Foundation is to enhance communities local to where ATI Physical Therapy employees and patients live, work and serve.  For more information, or to donate to the ATI Foundation, please visit www.ATIfoundation.com.