Without its customers, Crawford Family Chiropractor says the drive wouldn’t be possible

Crawford Family Chiropractor (CFC) of Crossville and Livingston recently announced a partnership with All in Forever to hold a soccer ball drive this summer in cooperation with the Joseph Warlick Memorial Foundation (JWMF), a nonprofit program initiating a TOPSoccer program to allow Children with disabilities to play soccer in the Upper Cumberland area.

“Striving to continue Joseph’s dreams and honor his legacy, the Joseph Warlick Memorial Foundation(501c3) was born,” according to the Warlick Memorial Foundation website.

The mission is simple: “to provide equal opportunities and create a positive impact for youth soccer athletes in Middle Tennessee and surrounding areas.” WJWMF says it is also raising funds for an indoor soccer facility to support the program.

Without its customers, CFC says the drive wouldn’t be possible.

“We are so excited to partner @allinforever11 with our soccer ball drive this summer! Thank you to all of our patients from all offices for making this possible & for donating a grand total of 41 soccer balls to give to the organization,” said CFC on Facebook. “We love giving back to our local communities.”

CFC has five locations across the state including two in the Upper Cumberland in Livingston and Crossville. The company says it is committed to “providing chiropractic solutions to address your unique needs, whether you are experiencing back pain, neck pain, headaches or even muscular tightness and tension.”

For more information visit CFC HERE or JWMF HERE.

Photo via Facebook.

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