Come out and join us on June 9th for The Valerie Fund Walk and JAG-ONE Physical Therapy 5K Run!

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JAG-ONE Physical Therapy has been a proud sponsor of The Valerie Fund for many years. JAG-ONE Physical Therapy is a comprehensive outpatient orthopedic physical therapy company with five locations throughout the state of New Jersey (West Orange, Warren, Hackensack, Cedar Knolls, and Union). At JAG-ONE Physical Therapy, we take pride in caring for our patients and rehabilitating them to GET BACK INTO THE GAME OF LIFE! It is JAG-ONE Physical Therapy’s honor to once again be a title sponsor of The Valerie Fund Walk and JAG-ONE Physical Therapy 5K Run. We look forward to a fun-filled day as we support The Valerie Fund patients and families.

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About The Valerie Fund:

The Valerie Fund is a not-for-profit organization established in 1976 in memory of nine-year-old Valerie Goldstein by her parents, Ed and Sue.

Thanks to the thousands of caring contributors and volunteers, today there are seven Valerie Fund Children's Centers for Cancer and Blood Disorders located in major hospitals in the tri-state area, providing caring and comprehensive health care to more than 5,000 children and their families each year.

Their approach is as unique and fundamental as their heritage: The Valerie Fund firmly believes that disease in a child is best fought when the entire family is armed and supported to resist it. This means bringing state-of-the-art treatment centers close to the home, providing counseling and child development activities, making a summer camp experience that creates a one week miracle for children with cancer, and doing thousands of other things large and small that collectively make a difference.

The Valerie Fund Children's Centers comprise the largest network of healthcare facilities for children with cancer and blood disorders in New Jersey, and one of the largest in the nation. They host over 35,000 patient visits each year.