IncludeHealth, an inclusive, integrated digital health startup based in Columbus, Ohio, just learned they’re among six finalists competing for one of three $50,000 grants from Orgain’s Grants for Greater Good.
Designed to support mission-driven startups, the Grants for Greater Good program was created to lend a helping hand to businesses that are aligned with Orgain’s mission of helping people lead healthy, vibrant lives. Through this program, Orgain will select three companies to each receive a $50,000 grant.
University of Cincinnati alum Ryan Eder was inspired to start IncludeHealth when he saw a wheelchair-bound man working out at his gym. Since starting the company, he and his team have designed fitness equipment that makes exercise accessible for all — regardless of physical ability. Most recently, the company licensed new movement correction technology that was developed at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital to improve physical therapy and rehab.
Winning the grant would enable IncludeHealth to donate their technology to OhioHealth’s upcoming Neuroscience Wellness Facility. This will ensure people of all ages and abilities have long term access to health and wellness.
The winners of the grant will be decided by a public vote now through May 25. You can cast your vote by clicking the link below.
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