Dr. Robert resigns… and new developments

Dr. Robert resigns… and new developments  

Posted on: February 25th, 2015 by robert

Dominican Republic…

I am excited to share some new developments with Chiropractic for the World Foundation. In response to feedback we have received, our foundation is planning for shorter chiropractic trips.
I recently returned from a preliminary visit to the Dominican Republic to investigate the opportunities available and I am pleased to announce that our next chiropractic trip will likely be to an area of the Dominican Republic that does not yet have access to chiropractic.
Since travel to this destination is closer, we are confident that a one-week commitment will fulfill the needs of the people and make it easier for chiropractors like yourself to participate.
We hope you will join us for our inaugural trip.

Time for change…

In other news, after careful consideration and much soul searching, I have decided to step down as the President of Chiropractic for the World Foundation. I have thoroughly enjoyed the adventures and accomplishments within our organization during the past eight years. Rest assured that I remain involved with our foundation and after a transition of my duties is complete, I will be on the CFTWF advisory board to provide counsel and recommendations when needed.
Dr. Roland Bohemier will step up from Vice President to President and Denise Bohemier will become the new Vice-President, bringing fresh energy and ideas to the foundation.
I want to express my sincere appreciation to each of you for your tremendous support throughout the years. It has been an honour to work with you. I hope that you will continue endorsing and supporting Chiropractic for the World Foundation and our vision of expanding the availability of chiropractic worldwide.

Please contact us if you have any questions or require further information.

In love and service,
Dr. Robert Champagne

“We never know how far reaching something we may think, say or do, today, will affect the lives of millions tomorrow.”  B.J. Palmer

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