The Orthotic & Prosthetic Activities Foundation (OPAF) has announced that WillowWood, Mt. Sterling, Ohio, has returned as a gold-level sponsor for 2013. WillowWood’s donation allows OPAF to futher develop new First Clinics.
“The growth of OPAF and their First Clinics this past year has been very positive,” said Ryan Arbogast, president of WillowWood. “It’s been great to see new clinics such as First Kick and to see clinics at new venues, both of which help expand the possibilities of what amputees realize they can do. We’re pleased to continue to support OPAF in these activities.”
“OPAF’s work of adaptive recreation would not be possible without the faithful support of our donors and sponsors,” said Robin Burton, OPAF executive director. “Willow Wood is a shining example of that. We are making a difference and moving forward with quality opportunities and possibilities for those with physical challenges.”