Life U establishes relief fund for chiropractors in disaster-stricken areas
October 25, 2017—Life University (LIFE) has established a Disaster Relief Fund, with the goal of raising money for chiropractors who live in recently devastated areas, such as the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. In the wake of the natural disasters that have left so many facing extreme difficulties in getting back to their way of life, LIFE wanted to do what they could to help out many who are alumni and friends of the University struggling with loss of equipment, finances and perhaps their entire chiropractic practices.
To assist in achieving this goal, the University has asked for donations from its many generous supporters, but they would also welcome and be grateful for any monetary gifts from the general public to go toward the relief effort. With regard to the establishment of the relief fund, LIFE’s Chancellor Guy Riekeman, DC, noted, “Although we can’t do what the first responders are doing, we want to continue to provide assistance to chiropractors in these areas over the next year to help them rebuild their lives.”
If you would like to donate to the cause and assist LIFE in helping give hope to those in need, please visit Alumni.LIFE.edu/GiveHope today.