Tom’s of Maine is awarding $20,000 to five non-profit clinics to provide dental care in
Published April 30, 2012
• Tom’s of Maine is awarding $20,000 to five non-profit clinics to provide dental care in areas with the highest percentage of their population living under the poverty level, including Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, New Mexico and Washington, DC.
The Tom’s of Maine Dental Health for All Program aims to create greater access to oral care. As part of a steadfast commitment to health, Tom’s of Maine has supported Dental Health for All for more than a decade. To date, Dental Health for All has helped make 200,000 additional patient visits possible with $1 million in funding to more than 30 school and community-based dental clinics.
This year, the following non-profit organizations will each receive $20,000 to help increase access to oral care for people who otherwise will go without: Aaron E. Henry Community Health Services Center, Clarksdale, MS; Ben Archer Health Center, Hatch, NM; Christ Health Center, Birmingham, AL; HealthPoint Family Care, Covington, KY; Kids Smiles, Inc., Washington, DC.
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