September 29th 2017 Peak Performance Chiropractic teamed up with WNY Imaging group for the 5th annual Girls Night Out fundraiser that benefited the Breast Cancer Network of WNY. We had 650 people attend the event and we raised $8,000.
Halloween Candy Drive – Peak Performance Chiropractic collected bags of candy for the physically disabled children at School 84. We collected 56 bags of candy!
Dante and Vincenzo Mancuso Toy Foundation – Peak Performance Chiropractic collected toys to support this foundation. The Mancuso family is a local WNY family who have lost two of their sons/ brothers tragically. The family likes to remember their loved ones during the holiday season by collecting toys and donating them to Women’s and Children Hospital of Buffalo. The family personally hands them out to children staying in the hospital during Christmas time.
Peak Performance Chiropractic teamed up with WNY Imaging Groups for the 4th annual Girls Night Out event. This year we raised money for the Breast Cancer Network of WNY. We raised $8,5001. Thank you for everyone who came out to support our event.
Peak Performance Chiropractic sponsored the girls Kenmore West Rugby team!
Third Annual Girls Night Out
Second Annual Girls Night Out
For our second annual Girls Night Out event we raised $3,416.00 for the WNY
Ovarian Cancer Project!
We raised $294 during our Easter fundraiser for the Delaware YMCA.
This October Peak Performance collected 52 bags of candy and donated $100 dollars to the physically disabled kids of school 84. We appreciate everyone that participated in our annual candy drive!
October is national chiropractic month and this years theme was “get vertical”. Peak Performance collected everyone’s “get active” photo. Congratulations to our winner, Courtney! She won a new Kindle Fire HD.
Girls Night Out
During this year’s Girls Night Out on June 7, 2013, we raised $2,100 for the
Western New York Ovarian Cancer Project, so thank you to everyone who
Our Grand Opening
On October 12, 2012, Peak Performance Chiropractic celebrated its grand opening ceremony. The event was open to the public and offered free food, massages, a red ribbon cutting ceremony performed by Mayor Byron Brown, gifts, guest speakers, and a raffle in which all proceeds benefited the Hospice of Buffalo. We are proud to say that over $1,500 was raised for the charity.
Peak Performance Chiropractic continues to be active in the Western New York Community and has also contributed donations to the following organizations:
- Juvenille Diabetes Foundation
- The Food Bank of WNY
- Toys for Tots toy drive for the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve
- Lake Effect Furies Roller Derby Team
- Kenmore Rugby Football Club