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access fund fundraiser in PDX

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Need an adjustment before the tryptophane hangover sets in? On November 23rd, Sarah Conroy, a portland area Chiropractor plans to donate all treatment monies collected in her office to the Access Fund!


She graciously also did this for Bend area climber and photographer, Ben Moon, and raised over 700.00 for the Moon Cancer Fund!


This is great news and the timing is perfect!! From November 1st through December 31st, all donations and membership monies received by the Access Fund will be matched dollar for dollar as part of the Access Fund's Fundraiser Challenge. This would not be possible without the help of many of the AF's corporate partners.


So get yourself adjusted, or make a donation before December 31st. It's tax deductable!


Sarah Conroy

West Hills Chiropractic

1070 N.W. Murray Blvd. Suite A

Portland, OR 97229

(503) 644-5100

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I am just informing folks who like what the Access Fund does and want to support them. This is an opportunity for someones money donation to get doubled by corporate sponsors. The Access Fund ends up with twice as much money.

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Hey guys, you should really check this out.

Climbers and chiropractic care go hand in hand, especially since the injuries and repetitive microtrauma climbers sustain aren't so easily fixed by pills and surgery. Seeing a chiropractor is a great way to make sure you'll be cranking into the next decade and more.

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