FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – July 8, 2020 – The Wisconsin Dental Association Foundation today announced $45,000 in grants to charitable oral care programs that share its mission of improving the oral health and well-being of state residents.
The following Wisconsin nonprofit organizations were awarded 2020 WDA Foundation grants:
- Affordable Dental Care, Inc. in Madison – $2,600
- Bread of Healing Clinic in Milwaukee – $2,900
- Chippewa Valley Technical College Dental Clinic in Eau Claire – $3,380
- Door County Medical Center Dental Clinic in Sturgeon Bay – $2,900
- HealthNet of Rock County, Inc. in Janesville – $2,900
- Healthy Smiles for Portage County in Stevens Point – $1,400
- Healthy Smiles – Shawano County in Shawano – $1,700
- Lafayette County Health Department in Darlington – $1,200
- Lake Area Free Clinic in Oconomowoc – $2,500
- More Smiles Wisconsin in Madison – $3,000
- Open Arms Free Clinic in Elkhorn – $2,300
- Oral Health Partnership in Brown County – $2,200
- Price County Health & Human Services in Phillips – $1,400
- Rock River Community Clinic, Inc. (formerly the Community Dental Clinic) in Fort Atkinson – $2,200
- St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care (Smiles for Sister Lucille program) in Milwaukee – $2,600
- St. Croix County Oral Health Coalition in Hudson – $1,388
- Waukesha County Community Dental Clinic in Waukesha – $2,200
This year’s grant funding was also directed toward three Foundation programs – Donated Dental Services, the Mission of Mercy and the Smile Supply Program. Since 2000, the WDA Foundation has awarded more than $930,000 in grants to oral care programs throughout the state.
For more information about how nonprofit organizations that provide oral care or services can apply for the WDA Foundation Grant Program, please visit www.WDA.org/wda-foundation. Applications are being accepted now through Tuesday, Sept. 15.
FOR INFORMATION CONTACT: Vicki Bohman, Executive Director at 414-755-4198 (direct) or [email protected]