ADA Foundation awards 19 grants
November 17, 2014
The ADA Foundation awarded more than $167,000 in 2014 to 19 organizations in its new ADAF Semi-annual Grant Program.
Nonprofit organizations whose work falls under the ADA Foundation’s education pillar may apply for a Semi-annual Grant by Jan. 30, 2015.
The ADAF established the ADAF Semi-annual Grant Program in 2014 to support nonprofit dental organizations whose projects fall outside the realm of established ADAF grant opportunities and whose programs fall under one of the ADAF’s four mission pillar areas: charitable assistance, access to care, research and education.
The 2014 grant recipients are:
- Access Community Health Centers (Wisconsin).
- Berkeley Free Clinic — Dental Section (California).
- Bridges to Health Dental (Indiana).
- CAP Services Inc. (Wisconsin).
- CrossOver Healthcare Ministry, Dental Program (Virginia).
- Dignity Health Foundation — East Valley (Arizona).
- Esperanza Health Centers (Illinois).
- Greater Flint Health Coalition, Children’s Oral Health Task Force (Michigan).
- Louisiana Dental Association Foundation (Louisiana).
- McMillen Center for Health Education (Indiana).
- Ottawa County Department of Public Health — Oral Health (Michigan).
- Partnership for the Children of San Luis Obispo County (California).
- Ronald McDonald House Charities of Bismarck (North Dakota).
- Sacramento District Dental Foundation (California).
- Salt Lake Donated Dental Services, Donated Dental Program (Utah).
- Solano Coalition for Better Health (California).
- Special Care Dentistry Association (Illinois).
- The OAR Foundation (North Carolina).
- Waukesha County Community Dental Clinic (Wisconsin).
The Semi-annual Grant application, and information about other grant programs, is available at adafoundation.org
by clicking “How to Apply.”