How do you want to impact the future of chiropractic?
Every donor has a personal reason for why they give back to Palmer College. Their stories are as unique as they are. But no matter how different their stories, their Palmer pride and chiropractic passion shine through.
Influence your profession by giving back
Rebecca and Robert Ault, D.C. give back to Palmer to help future chiropractors and influence the future of the chiropractic profession. “Palmer’s created so much prosperity in our lives by giving us a great education . . . giving back is how we influence our profession moving forward.”
Giving back to show you’re #PalmerProud
Carrie Jo Calisesi and Brady Pearson, D.C. have
great memories of their time at Palmer, and want to make sure future students
have the experience they had. “We’re Palmer Proud and always will be.”
Giving back to “the highest-quality program in chiropractic”
William DuMonthier, D.C. is a 1979 graduate and faculty-member of “the highest-quality program in chiropractic,” due in part to the support of Founder’s Circle donors. After 30 years of service, Dr. DuMonthier is still #PalmerProud.
An attitude of gratitude is foundational for a successful life
William Houk, D.C. is grateful for the education and experience he received at Palmer, and gives back because he’s received so much. He says, “If I had to do it all over again, I would.”
Giving back to a first-generation chiropractor
Because of your scholarship support, Brent is working to become the first chiropractor in his family.
Giving Back Changes Lives
Libby is excited to change her patients’ lives through chiropractic, thanks to your scholarship support.
Your gift will allow me to become the first doctor in my family
For Jamahl, an athlete and Veteran, a curiosity for the human body fueled his motivation to be a chiropractor. “I have a natural passion to want to help people,” said Jamahl. He is inspired by donors to make an impact when
he becomes a first-generation chiropractor after graduation.
I don’t use my hands, but I’m still changing lives
Marsha may not be a chiropractor, but she’s still changing lives through chiropractic by supporting Palmer College. You can, too!