January 27, 2013 — The Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (F4CP) recently announced that Palmer College of Chiropractic has recently contributed an additional $20,000 to the F4CP — bringing total contributions to an impressive $108,000.
This financial donation will help to boost production of F4CP materials — including press releases, advertisements, print advertorials, television/radio public service announcements, and sponsored research — and further inform the public about the benefits of chiropractic care.
“As an institution that educates future doctors of chiropractic, we are proud to contribute to the profession’s positive awareness campaign,” shares Denny Marchiori, DC, chancellor, Palmer. “We wholeheartedly believe the F4CP has and will continue to make an incredible impact in changing public perception about chiropractic care and its low-risk, evidence-based approach.”
Established in 1897, Palmer is the world’s first and largest chiropractic college with campuses existing today in Iowa, California, and Florida. PCC strives to allocate its resources to initiatives that support the advancement of its students and the chiropractic profession. Unique to the college, its research hub, Palmer Center for Chiropractic Research, is the world’s largest program dedicated to chiropractic study.
Acknowledging the ongoing support of PCC, F4CP chairman, Kent S. Greenawalt, shares, “It is gratifying that PCC recognizes the ever-evolving efforts and positive impact of our campaign. With the commitment of our sponsors, our campaign will continue to develop and achieve greater success in educating the public about the exceptional care only a doctor of chiropractic can provide.”
Source: Foundation for Chiropractic Progress, f4cp.org