NCMIC Launches Charitable Referral Program
NCMIC announces a new initiative that's giving back to the chiropractic profession by way of customer referrals.
Posted in Press Releases on Tuesday, August 2, 2022
The Charitable Referral Program rewards customer loyalty with a donation to charity. How does it work? Starting today, when a customer refers a DC to NCMIC—whether it’s for business, personal, long-term disability, group term life or malpractice insurance—NCMIC will make a $25 donation to a chiropractic charity of their choice.
Donations from the Charitable Referral Program are funneled to four participating chiropractic charities including:
- The Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (F4CP) that informs and educates the general public about the value of chiropractic care delivered by doctors of chiropractic and its role in drug-free pain management.
- The Harvey Lillard Scholarship Endowment Fund, established by the American Black Chiropractic Association (ABCA), that provides financial assistance to well-deserving, aspired and current chiropractic students of color.
- The Patriot Project which provides chiropractic care to active military, their families, wounded warriors, and Gold Star Dependents, as well helping to make full benefits available to all active duty military, retirees and veterans.
- The NCMIC Foundation which invests in the advanced education of chiropractic research experts and funds ongoing research projects that demonstrate the cost effectiveness, safety and cost efficiency of chiropractic and alternative health care.
“There’s really no better compliment in my eyes than a customer referral,” said A.J. Simpson, vice president agency operations, NCMIC. “We can’t think of a better way to show our appreciation to customers new and old, than to give back to the profession with a charitable gift. It’s a small way we can say thanks for putting their trust in NCMIC.”
Additional details about the program and the participating charities can be found on the Charitable Referral Program website. Simpson said he hopes customers take advantage of this simple way to give back.