TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — Union Health and Chick-Fil-A are partnering to help area youth. On Oct. 4, the restaurant will host UHF Spirit Day, 100% of the proceeds from all mobile orders will go to the Foundation’s Pediatric Therapy Fund.

The fund provides financial assistance to families in need so their children can start or continue therapy services. This includes those who have commercial insurance that either deny therapy as a covered benefit or reaches their visit limit for the year and still require physical, occupational, and/or speech therapy services.

Eligible parents and/or guardians of pediatric patients pay only a $10 co-pay for each therapy visit, and the fund pays for the remainder of the fee.

In the past three years, donations helped 104 area children receive a total of 1,513 therapy visits.

“This fund provides the opportunity for children to receive therapy that is deemed medically necessary. Without this fund, the children would go without needed services and ultimately limit optimal improvements and development,” said Kirsten Ford, Union Hospital Pediatric Occupational Therapist and Site Coordinator.

All are encouraged to order breakfast, lunch, or dinner through the mobile app and share their support on social media by tagging Terre Haute Chick-fil-A and using the hashtags #ChickenTherapy and #UHFDay.