Fundraising for Chiropractic

We believe that people deserve a healthy, happy life, and that chiropractic helps them achieve it. Funds raised go towards facilitating research to enhance our knowledge base on what is fundamental to our great profession – the vertebral subluxation.

It is so easy to inspire your colleagues, patients and community. You can make a real difference by getting involved in a whole range of fundraising activities. Click on the images below to see a few ideas for ways you can raise valuable funds for Spinal Research.

Christmas Fundraising

Christmas Cards
Mr Bone Jangles In Practice Promotion
Christmas Bone Jangles Poster
Christmas Party With A Purpose
Group Of Friends Enjoying Christmas Drinks In Bar

How Will You Raise Funds For Research?

Donation Boxes
Fundraising as a Group
Community Health & Educational Events
Individual Fundraising
Party With A Purpose
Party with a Purpose
Fundraising as a Practice

Only 5 simple steps to get going…

  1.  Set yourself or your group an activity. Looking for ideas? Click on the boxes above to find inspiration!

  2.  Create your free fundraising page with Everyday Hero or Go Fundraise (if applicable)

  3.  Tell friends, family, colleagues and patients how they can support you

  4.  Tell us about your activity, so that we can support you too

  5.  Continue to inspire!

For more information, contact us at: info@spinalresearch.com.au   or call +61 7 3200 5066

Some of Our Fundraisers

Complete Health

Practice Fundraising

Complete Health Chiropractic

Complete Health Chiropractic raised funds at the Spring Festival in Chatswood.
Goal $500.

CTripleA

Group Fundraising

Mr Bone Jangles Campaign

Assemble Mr Bone Jangles was an amazing success in 2016, and we're super excited about 2017!

RAW Chiro

Group Fundraising

RAW Chiro

RAW CHIRO is a grassroots chiropractic seminar group, who raised $750 at the 2017 event.

Matty Burton

Individual Fundraising

Matty Burton

Matty ran in the Bridge to Brisbane where his goal was $1000. He ended up raising $1506 for Spinal Research.

Marc Frochot

Individual Fundraising

Marc Frochot

Marc has already done several events for us! Coming up: Eureka Tower Climb, Bendigo 1/2 Marathon; Great Ocean Road. Goal $1000

Aimee Pickles

Individual Fundraising

Aimee Pickles

Aimee raised $2,403.15 running the Gold Coast Super 100km Ultra Marathon.

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Healthcare Cup

Group Fundraising

Healthcare Cup

Established in 2012 by several chiropractic students, this event gets bigger every year!

Seaman Chiropractic

Practice Fundraising

Seaman Chiropractic

Kylie Loxton and the team at Seaman Chiropractic raised $2311.17 through their 'Kick up Your Heels' party, with over 80 people attending!

Congratulations and thank-you to all of our wonderful fundraisers!

We’re so grateful to all of those who use their minds and body for research. Aimee Pickles tells her inspiring story below:

Event: Gold Coast Super 100km Ultra Marathon, June 7th 2015. Raised: $2,403.15.

What made you want to run a marathon and fundraise for Spinal Research? 

11 years ago my Dad’s and my family’s lives were drastically changed when he became a tetraplegic as the result of a trail motorbike accident…I have always been a keen runner and I wanted to use this attempt to help the foundation and support the work they are doing…Foundations such as Spinal Research give hope to those individuals and their families and friends affected.

What was the best part of the experience for you? 

Completing a distance that I thought I never would have been able to was obviously very exciting. But probably the most overwhelming aspect for me was the support I received and realising how many people were so keen to get on board and support what I was doing and chip in with donations.

What would you say to other people who are considering doing something similar? 

Go for it! You have nothing to lose and only people to help. You will be surprised at the support you receive and how much it will motivate you to achieve your goal when you know you are doing it for such a great cause.