What if your giving helped a family become more connected and live more vibrantly?
Serving Life Chiropractic leads by example by furthering our community and our world by giving.
When Serving Life hosts events to help inspire the community towards natural healing,
we take donations to support either local or global foundations.
We proudly support:
International Justice Mission
IJM is an international, non-governmental, tax-exempt, nonprofit organization focused on human rights, laws and law enforcement. It is currently the world's largest anti-slavery organization. IJM combats violence including sex trafficking, forced labor slavery, illegal property grabbing, police abuse of power, child sexual assault, and citizenship rights abuse.
Behind Every Door
Connects people with other caring individuals and organizations who can help build up their families and communities. Cultivating dignity, optimism, inspiration, and hope in everything they do. Behind Every Door is intentional and present, and believes in the ability of the Love of Jesus to transform lives.
Highland Park ISD Athletics
Atheltics not only provides physical activity, but hard work, dedication, and leadership skills. As a HP football coach's wife, Dr. Denisa Weber sees that Serving Life proudly supports Highland Park Football, Baseball, Track, Cheerleading, Gymnastics, Diving and Belles. Go Scots!
Dallas Youth Repertory Project
Dallas Youth Repertory Project’s mission is to provide young dancers with a comprehensive artistic education in all forms of dance. DYRP is a performance-based company that values the art of dance while empowering young dancers to give back to their community.
Mad for Plaid
Mad for Plaid is HPISD’s district-wide annual fundraiser that serves the needs of our students and teachers in all grades, K-12, and on all campuses. This fundraising helps preserve and enrich the quality of education in the Park Cities.
Armstrong Bradfield Preschool Assocation
The Armstrong Bradfield Preschool Association (ABPA) is an organization open to families with children who are kindergarten age or younger and who live in either the Armstrong Elementary or Bradfield Elementary school areas. The ABPA provides a great way to connect with families in your neighborhood, as well as educational, social, and community service opportunities.
Children’s Medical Center Dallas
Every October, Serving Life collects newly packaged Halloween costumes to give to the children currently residing in Children's hospital. We enjoy bringing new life and cheer back into the holidays for our sick little ones!
We make a living by what we get,
but we make a life by what we give.
– Winston Churchhill