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Delta Dental Foundation seeks applications for 2016 grants
The Guilford County Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Division, received a $5,000 Smiles for Kids grant from the Delta Dental Foundation to further the Project Access Dental Program.
North Carolina Secretary of State Elaine Marshall spoke at Delta Dental of North Carolina’s (DDNC) second Women in Leadership Profile Series Luncheon. DDNC hosts these luncheons to celebrate women whose leadership is paving the way for the future, while providing an exciting networking opportunity for local professionals.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Wake County received a $2,000 grant from the Delta Dental Foundation for the Cavity-Free Zone, an oral health education program.
The Alice Aycock Poe Center for Health Education received a $1,000 grant from the Delta Dental Foundation to deliver dental health education to underserved children in pre-K through second grade in Jones County.
Wake County Human Services’ Dental Clinic received a $2,500 Smiles for Kids grant from the Delta Dental Foundation that will help the clinic provide dental sealants at no charge to uninsured and underinsured children from low income households.
Transylvania Public Health received a $2,500 grant from the Delta Dental Foundation to support its Healthy Smiles dental program for children in Transylvania County.
Salisbury-Rowan Community Action Agency received a $5,000 Smiles for Kids grant from the Delta Dental Foundation that will help them fund the Brush! preschool oral health education program.
The Rowan County Health Department Smile Center received a $1,000 Smiles for Kids grant from the Delta Dental Foundation that will help fund the salary, supplies, and travel expenses of a dental hygienist who will go into the school system and screen children for dental decay.
Cabarrus Health Alliance (CHA) received a $1,000 Smiles for Kids grant from the Delta Dental Foundation that will help them fund high-quality, comprehensive dental services for approximately 20 uninsured or underinsured students.