I am delighted to announce that the British School of Osteopathy’s Chapman Clinic has been awarded £20,000 by the Peter Moores Foundation. For the past ten years, the Chapman Clinic has helped hundreds of people with HIV and AIDS benefit from free osteopathic treatment. Patients with HIV and AIDS can often suffer from musculo-skeletal problems related to their diagnosis and in many cases, as a side effect of drug therapy. Osteopathy can alleviate this discomfort and help patients enjoy a better quality of life.
As the Clinic is free to patients and subsidised by the British School of Osteopathy and other charitable donations, this generous award will go along way toward meeting the Clinic’s running costs. On the behalf of the staff and students at the Clinic, I would like to thank the Peter Moores Foundation for their continued support.
The Peter Moores Foundation was established in 1964 by Sir Peter Moores. Since 1985, they have supported a range of HIV and AIDS projects throughout the UK, in several instances providing the vital initial support that has helped an organisation achieve further funding.
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