The Tua Iwi Foundation is the heart of the New Zealand College of Chiropractic and recognises those who share our vision of a world of people expressing optimal potential.
The name comes from the Māori word ‘Tua’ meaning spine or backbone and ‘Iwi’ meaning tribe or nation.
The Tua Iwi Foundation was established in 2002 and has since grown to include people from all over the world who support the College in providing
world-class chiropractic education.
As a member of Tua Iwi, you will be undertaking a vital leadership role in the future of the College through regular giving that contributes significantly to the education of our exceptional students.
Contributions to the Tua Iwi Foundation support our mission to educate people to become the world’s best chiropractors.
Donations enrich the lives of our students, strengthen our programme and secure the future of our College and profession.
I look forward to welcoming you to our Tua Iwi family.
Dr Phil McMaster
President, New Zealand College of Chiropractic
Join Tua Iwi
Join the prestigious Tua Iwi Foundation today and support our vision of a world of people expressing optimal potential.
Tua Iwi Members
Dr Mark & Jackie Postles
Drs Shawn Dill & Lacey Book
Drs John Funnell & Margi Bishop-Funnell
Dr Laurence & Sarah Gilmore
Healing Wave Chiropractic – Newcastle
Johnston Associates Chartered Accountants
Dr Phil McMaster & Jan Colvin
Drs Chris & Nolene McMaster
Dr Les Carroll
Dr Richard & Ginny Cheyne
Chiropractic Centre Mentors
Dr Marcus Chacos DC
Dr Michael Clarke
Dr Graham Dobson
Dr Bruce & Marsha Ellis
Dr Cassandra Fairest
Dr Marina & Richard Fox
Dr Irene Gold
Drs Kelly Holt
Dr Michael & Sylvia Hooker
Drs Timothy Jack, Matthew Jacob & Gordon McPherson-Rayner
Drs Peter J Kevorkian & Patti A Giuliano
Dr Phillippa Langrell & Ian McAlley
Drs Tim Leeming & Casie O’Meara
Dr Brent & Mary-Claire Lindsay
Drs Jake Long & Jade Fabish
Dr Gordon MacLeod
Drs Blair & Rosemary Norwood
Dr Fiona Pearcey
Dr Nicola Pope
Dr Michael Poulsen
Drs Ash & Katie Pritchard
Dr Chris and Tamara Ramsay
Dr Ross Slater
Dr Mario Stefano
Dr Hayden Thomas
Drs Tom Vaughan & Chanelle Rhodes
Last updated 20 September 2018