The Chiropractic Studio team is dedicated to serving others and giving back to the community. We appreciate every opportunity to answer the call to serve and rejoice in sharing the love with people around us. For more details and to stay up to date on our current community service projects follow us on Facebook and Instagram.
In June 2017 Dr. Tanya joined the Stephen Tulloch Foundation in building a school for orphans in Negril, Jamaica. Donations from the clinic filled the school with picture books, crayons, learning supplies, band-aids, toys for the kids, and personal toiletries. The new school helped build their confidence and self-esteem for a better future. And on a community level, the building serves as an important landmark of fellowship and unity. The school is an important asset to the area by providing access to clean water with an indoor kitchen, bathrooms and school clinic.
Dr. Carson Hutto is a Board Member of the Thomas Richards Charity. The charity was created to help people in six degrees of separation. Six degrees of separation (also referred to as the “Human Web”) refers to the idea that everyone is at most six steps away from any other person on Earth, so that a chain of “a friend of a friend” statements can be made to connect any two people in six steps or less. The Chiropractic Studio supported her by making a donation to the 10th annual Matt Moscato Charity Golf Event. Proceeds from the event helped with proton treatments for a four-year old boy with cancer. The charity also funded the purchase of two K9 unit dogs and their training in honor of Officer Collin Rose and Badge 128.
Amanda has answered the call to serve others by going on several mission trips. In South Africa she led a group of five college girls for three months as they did ministry with youth in Cape Town. They assisted with many camps including soccer, volleyball, and yoga. In Guatemala she partnered with a local church to facilitate door to door prayer ministry, prayer walks, radio evangelism, soccer ministry, and English classes. She loved the opportunity to mentor her students and guide them to cultivate their own talents in ministry. She rejoices in helping others recognize their own potential. As a leader on these trips she was able to merge two of her greatest passions, mentoring and ministry. For more information and to donate to current missionaries visit adventures.org.