Deadline set for applicants for overseas dental care grant
February 25, 2019
Those involved with a U.S.-based nonprofit organization working to improve access to oral health care in underserved communities outside the U.S. have until April 26 to apply for the ADA Foundation Grant for International Dental Volunteer Projects.
The grants are up to $5,000 designed to support such programs.
Five organizations were selected to receive these grants in 2018.
The recipients were the Colonial Presbyterian Church in Kansas City for its work in Guatemala; Global Dental Relief in Denver for its work in Nepal; Medical Eye Dental International Care Organization (MEDICO) in Northlake, Illinois, for its work in Honduras; Open Wide Foundation in Scottsdale, Arizona, for its work in Guatemala; and Strong Villages in Agoura Hills, California, for its work in Belize, Ecuador and India.
Learn more about the grant at ADAFoundation.org/en/how-to-apply/access-to-care#IntlGrant.
For those interested in volunteering internationally, visit the ADA Foundation's international volunteer website, ADAFoundation.org/internationalvolunteer.