Quartet of dentists needed for Kathmandu humanitarian mission
September 27, 2019
Global Dental Relief is planning a volunteer trip to Nepal and needs four dentists to donate their time.
Each dentist will treat about 100 children during their time in the Kathmandu clinic.
The volunteers will depart Oct. 30 and return Nov. 11.
The cost is $1,350, not including airfare to Kathmandu.
The group was founded in 2001 as the Himalayan Dental Relief Project by former Director of Colorado State Parks Laurie Mathews and Dr. Andrew Holecek. To date, more than 2,600 volunteers have provided over $35 million in donated care to more than 170,000 children.
To learn more about Global Dental Relief, including details and itineraries for the trips, visit globaldentalrelief.org.
To explore other international oral health volunteer opportunities, visit: ADAFoundation.org/internationalvolunteer.