May 30, 2011 — The April 2011 graduates of Parker University College of Chiropractic donated $2,000 of its remaining class funds to support the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (F4CP).
“I am so proud that our graduates have chosen to support the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress,” says Fabrizio Mancini, DC, FICC, FACC, FICA, and president of Parker University. “This gift, which exemplifies their commitment and dedication to the expansion of chiropractic practice and study, is an investment toward their future, and one that will continue to positively impact the success of the profession.”
Parker University College of Chiropractic, a nonprofit, co-educational, private professional institution, is a leader among chiropractic institutions worldwide. The Dallas, Texas-based institution for students seeking a Doctor of Chiropractic degree is committed to furthering chiropractic wellness as a separate and distinct healing art.
The April 2011 graduates were the second class to donate funds to the foundation.
Nick Anthony, DC, and April 2011 class president, says, “The education Parker provided has paved the way toward a successful chiropractic career. What better way to show our appreciation and support than to donate the remainder of our class funds to the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress, whose mission is to generate awareness regarding the value of chiropractic.”
In addition to the foundation, the graduating class of 70 students donated funds to the Chiropractic Games Club as well as the Alumni Association for the Endowed Scholarship Fund.
Source: Foundation for Chiropractic Progress, www.f4cp.org