Spinal Research Hero Month – March 2020
Our first Hero Month in 2019 was a HUGE success!
During the month of March, a bunch of practices and individuals got involved and held fundraising activities in support of Spinal Research’s Mission to facilitate research that furthers the understanding and development of chiropractic care. We were so happy and grateful to them all. Thanks to all of the participants, communities and Sponsors, $5,500 was raised for research – amazing! You can see what happened last year here.
This year, we’re hoping to have many more people holding an event or fundraising in practice. It’s going to be so much fun!
If you think it’s important to be able to show your practice members and community that the effectiveness of chiropractic has been proven through research, now is the time to jump on-board and have some fun while raising important funds for Spinal Research.
It’s super easy to get set up…
Simple Steps to Get You Started
Activities can take place any time between 1st – 31st March, 2020.
- Register below to tell us about your activity, and we will set you up with a fundraising page, where people can see all about your event and donate directly if they want. You will need to provide us with a short description of your event (up to 250 words), as well as a photo or logo that you would like featured on your fundraising page (please have this ready before you go to register).
- We will send you a link to your page, as well as a Fundraising Kit with all the information you need to support your activity or event, including FAQ’s.
- Start preparing and spreading the word!
What could you do???
You’re only limited by your imagination, but here are a few ideas…
Win a trophy and some bragging rights!
Set your sights on one of the categories below and get started…
Register your event
If you have any questions, email Bridget at firstname.lastname@example.org, otherwise you can register your event below…
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