Spinal Research Hero Month – March 2021
RAISING FUNDS FOR CHIROPRACTIC RESEARCH
What is Spinal Research Hero Month?
We’re back for the 3rd year, and it’s going to be amazing!
During the month of March, individuals and practices around the world will hold a variety of fundraising activities, to support the Australian Spinal Research Foundation. Participants can choose whatever activity they want, and fundraising can take place at any time during the month.
AND, we’re shaking things up this year, with the addition of an online ‘Subluxation Summit’ and the launch of a Kids Chiropractic Superhero Book! Both will happen in March, so you can participate in the Summit and/or sell copies of the book as a part of Hero Month activities. More details on both are coming soon!
What are we raising funds for?
In 2021, we are raising funds for some very important research – the ‘ASRF Case Study Project’, which will begin in April 2021. This exciting project will be gathering front-line evidence in the form of case study information from Chiropractors like you.
We know you see incredible stories and transformations take place in your practice all the time. These stories are the everyday miracles in chiropractic, but did you know they can contribute powerfully to the evidence and narrative about our profession? We want to capture these in a way that is simple and relevant, and transforming them into much-needed case reports focused on the effects of chiropractic care for things like stress, immunity and adaptability. We’ll be sharing more info about the Case Study Project soon, but in the meantime, keep your eyes open for the everyday miracles happening in your practice! Scroll down to see the current fundraising tally…
What activities can you or your team do?
You are only limited by your imagination! One of the most popular activities is having a Super Hero Dress-Up Day or Week, but there are so many great ideas!
It’s so easy to get involved!
- Decide what fundraising activity(s) you’d like to do.
- Register below. You will need to provide us with a short description of your event, as well as upload a photo of your team or practice logo that we can use on our fundraising page, to let people know what you’re doing and encourage others to jump onboard! Please have description and photo/logo ready when registering.
- We will send you a link to the Spinal Research Hero page and a Fundraising Kit with all the information you need to support your activity or event, including FAQ’s.
- Start preparing and spreading the word! Let your practice members, community and family & friends know what you’re doing and how they can support you.
What you’ll receive when you register…
Some added incentive…
In addition to the joy you’ll already feel when you raise funds for chiropractic research, we’re offering some exciting extras…
Raise $500 = 1 copy of the stunning ‘The Case for Chiropractic – Volume 2’ Book (due for release in July 2021).
Raise $1000 = 2 copies of the ‘The Case for Chiropractic – Volume 2’.
Raise $1500 or more = 2 copies of the ‘The Case for Chiropractic – Volume 2’ + a set of beautiful, printable digital posters based on the book.
Thank you to our amazing Sponsors
Please show them some love! Click on the logo’s below to visit the Sponsor websites…
Our Spinal Research Heroes
A HUGE thank you to our Heroes participating in Hero Month!
DONATIONS & COMMENTS FOR OUR HEROES…
ASRF to Philosophy Symposium – “Thanks so much to the Philosophy Symposium team! We’re so happy to have you onboard, and appreciate your support”.
ASRF to To Love & Serve – “We’re so happy to have you onboard for a 2nd year. Thank you!”
ASRF to Ohana Health and Wellbeing – “Thanks for your support. Sounds like it’ll be a fun day. Enjoy!”
ASRF to Giuntini Chiropractic – “Wonderful to have you back for another Hero Month – thank you so much :)”
ASRF to Provolution Health – “What an amazing team! We really appreciate all of your support”
ASRF to The Nest Family Chiropractic – “Sounds like you’re going to have a blast – love the Marvel vs DC theme. Thank you!”
Some of our fabulous past Spinal Research Heroes…