Euro-Peds Foundation

The EPF was established in 2013 to raise and administer funds for children who have special needs and their families. The foundation primarily awards treatment grants to help cover the cost of specialized intensive physical therapy at Euro-Peds, a nationally-recognized center for children and young adults who have cerebral palsy, traumatic brain injuries, genetic syndromes, spina bifida and other gross motor disorders.

The EPF believes that EVERY CHILD DESERVES A FIRST STEP; and we know that the expert team at Euro-Peds understands that mobility matters! Whether the child is learning to shift his weight to assist with a transfer, developing balance to sit in a chair or learning to walk, each of these steps gives the child a level of independence, improved function and mobility that matters.

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3rd Annual First Step Gala

The Euro-Peds Foundation presents the 3rd Annual First Step Gala. Mark your calendars for this amazing event full of excitement and inspiration from our keynote speaker- Michigan Supreme Court Justice, Richard Bernstein. Guests will also enjoy hors d'oeuvres, cocktails, dinner, silent auction, raffle and live entertainment!

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Thank you to all who helped make the First Step Gala a Big Success!

Read More & View Photos in the First Step Gala Recap »

Our Upcoming Fundraisers

Euro-Peds Foundation is a new member of the Kroger Community Rewards program. It is simple to register your Kroger Plus Card so that each time you shop, the company will dedicate a small percentage of the sale to ... Read More »


Help EPF win $10k by visiting this link DAILY until September 24th to vote for the Euro-Peds Foundation. The Euro-Peds Foundation is participating in a contest put on by the Bank of Ann Arbor’s new ... Read More »

Contact

Euro-Peds Foundation
3000 Centerpoint Parkway
Pontiac, MI 48341
Phone: 1-844-EURO-PEDS (1-844-387-6733)
Fax: (248) 857-7102
info@europedsfoundation.org

Visit the Euro-Peds National Center for Intensive Pediatric PT website and Facebook Page