You can help change lives and make a significant difference in the evolution of health care by becoming a Research Philanthropist and supporting the Upper Cervical Research Foundation (UCRF).
The generous support of our Research Philanthropists allows the UCRF to continue its tradition of conducting research and educational initiatives to improve the quality and efficacy of health care. This is an opportunity to be involved with and informed of the breakthroughs currently occurring within the upper cervical chiropractic community. UCRF studies are being published in academic journals and presented at conferences on a national and international level. We continue to refine our procedures and the impact they have on a wide range of physical and emotional conditions, overall lifestyle, and healing on numerous levels. This is a critical time in chiropractic progress and we are moving forward as never before with terrific momentum.
As a non-profit organization, UCRF relies solely on contributions in order to finance research. For this reason, our Research Philanthropists play an integral role in our ability to continue to move ahead and to alert the healthcare community and the general public as to our findings. As a gesture of our appreciation, Research Philanthropists receive exclusive benefits including updates on groundbreaking upper cervical research, invitations to special events, and recognition on our website and organizational materials.
Learn how your tax-deductible participation can work with your financial or estate planning goals. The Upper Cervical Research Foundation can easily be made the beneficiary of your gift through a bequest, trust agreement, life insurance, retirement account, securities, or other form of a planned gift. Our advisors can assist you in determining the strategy that best helps you help us. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call toll-free at 800/541-5799.
We hope you will choose to be part of our commitment to healing and healthy living. Please lend your hand to change. It's a remarkable work in progress.
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