For the past five years, the May issue of Dentaltown magazine has profiled dental professionals who’ve donated their time and services to those in desperate need of care, whether in their communities or halfway across the world.
For this year’s installment, we asked Townies to send in photos of their recent philanthropic projects and to share a few words about where and why they participated.
Click here meet dozens of your peers and learn what drives them to give back. (We’ve placed the names of Townies in bold.)
Also in this special section: Scheduling Institute founder Jay Geier feels so strongly about giving back that he donates 10 percent of his company’s profits to charities. Scheduling Institute also has helped send dozens of doctors overseas on dentistry missions that have treated thousands of patients. If you’re interested in developing your own philanthropic program but aren’t sure where to begin, check out Geier’s suggestions on how to get started.
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Making an Impact?
A large part of giving back is about finding what connects with you. If you’d like more
information about the mission organization Jay Geier works with, World Mission Partners,
And don’t miss our article about Townie Ann Dohm, whose philanthrophy involved more than time or money—the hygienist donated a kidney to a longtime patient.
There are numerous
resources available if
you’re interested in
donating an organ to the
thousands of Americans
who are in need. To
learn more about organ
donation and its many
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