Parker University Requests Community Support on North Texas Giving Day

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Parker University is participating in North Texas Giving Day, an online giving opportunity for nonprofits throughout North Texas. This year, Parker University is giving back to support university programs and post 9/11 veterans suffering from traumatic brain injuries.

Since its founding in 2009, every September 23, North Texas Giving Day has inspired people to give, resulting in increased donations and services in North Texas. Last year, Parker University was part of the success as the Communities Foundation of Texas brought together more than 3,200 local nonprofits to raise $58.8 million. This year, Parker University invites you to join this movement and help raise money for its Synapse: Human Performance Centers and Health Sciences and Business Technology programs. Parker University is proud of its loving service in health sciences, chiropractic, and business technology markets.

Join your community and donate to help make a difference! Parker University’s goal is to have 1,000 donors. Your participation is greatly encouraged to impact veterans and students. Any donation amount is appreciated. If you are not available on September 23, you can donate any time at

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About Parker University

Parker University, the fourth-fastest growing college in Texas and the fastest-growing college in Dallas, was founded in 1982 by Dr. James William Parker (formerly Parker College of Chiropractic). Today, Parker University has more than 1,800 students and 34 academic programs, including its famed chiropractic program, as well as master’s degrees in neuroscience, clinical neuroscience, strength and human performance, and functional nutrition. Currently, Parker University’s chiropractic cohort is the second largest of any campus in the world. Parker University has been recognized as a Great College to Work For® and as a recipient of the 2021 FutureEdge 50 Awards.