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£3,155raised of £2,500 target by 72 supporters

    Weʼve raised £3,155 to Help promote Chiropractic as a career through schools and universities.

    Bath, UK
    Funded on Sunday, 15th July 2018

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    There are not enough students choosing Chiropractic as a career. Backpain, and Musculoskeletal problems more generally, are one of the single biggest reasons why people visit their GP, and not only does it cost the NHS £6 billion annually, it also results in 10.8 million man days being lost to the economy every year. As we live longer, it is vital that we help people to keep active, healthy and pain free lives. Chiropractors are a key part in making that happen. I have dedicated 40 years of my professional life to organising, developing and promoting Chiropractic in the UK and now, for more people to benefit from Chiropractic care, we need to train more Chiropractors. I am riding from Bath to Paris in June 2018 to raise money for this cause. I am not a cyclist so this is quite a mission, but also quite an adventure. Please support me so that an increasing number of young people will have access to a great career and then many more people around the country will benefit from Chiropractic care to improve their health and wellbeing.

    £10 buys 100 leaflets for schools careers departments £20 buys 5 posters to put in sixth form colleges £50 keeps the website running for a month £100 allows dos to send 200 letters to school careers departments £500 buys an impressive pop-up stand £700 allows us to send a small team to a university £1000 buys space at a National Careers Guidance Show

    EVERY LITTLE HELPS!!!

    www.chiroeducation.org

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    Supporters

    72

    • Juliet Lock

      Juliet Lock

      Jul 13, 2018

      Congratulations Peter! Massive achievement!

      £20.00

    • mark thomas

      mark thomas

      Jul 13, 2018

      Great achievementGreat cause

      £20.00

    • Pam Gilbert

      Pam Gilbert

      Jul 13, 2018

      Well done for your very successful bike ride to Paris!! Good luck with the fundraising!!!

      £20.00

    • Marcel Morelli

      Marcel Morelli

      Jul 13, 2018

      Well done Peter.

      £50.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Jul 12, 2018

    • Yvonne

      Yvonne

      Jul 7, 2018

      Happy to support your fund raising following your successful cycling cjhllenge!

      £100.00

    • Antoni J

      Antoni J

      Jul 6, 2018

      All the best

      £50.00

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    Peter Dixon DC FRCC FBCA FAECC

    Peter Dixon DC FRCC FBCA FAECC

    Bath, UK

    Practicing Chiropractor in Wiltshire since 1984 Past President of the British Chiropractic Association, European Chiropractors' Union & past Chair of the General Chiropractic Council. Founder & President of the Royal College of Chiropractors. Promoting Chiropractic Education

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