Cleveland Chiropractic College’s “Leading the Future” capital campaign recently received a $550,000 pledge from Standard Process Inc. This gift provides important funding for capital needs at both college campuses, Los Angeles and Kansas City.
Standard Process, a leading producer of whole food supplements based in Palmyra, Wis., and a longtime supporter of chiropractic education, has pledged $500,000 to remodel the auditorium at the Los Angeles campus, which will be identified as the “Standard Process Auditorium.” The Kansas City campus has received a $50,000 gift to equip and name the Standard Process Classroom.
“The generosity of Standard Process will enhance the future of countless chiropractic students at Cleveland,” Dr. Carl S. Cleveland III, president, said. “Everyone at Cleveland is grateful to Dr. Charles Dubois, Dr. Mary Beth Larson and the Standard Process organization for this generous gift. This commitment to funding these state-of-the-art learning environments will greatly benefit Cleveland’s talented students and their education, returning health dividends to chiropractic patients far into the future.”
“We are excited that our gift will be used to help remake the auditorium in Los Angeles and to develop a “smart” classroom in Kansas City,” Standard Process President Charles DuBois said. “It is our goal to help create cutting-edge learning environments for the students of chiropractic, because they are the future of health care.”