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Foundation Awards grants to NH Oral Health Programs


The Northeast Delta Dental Foundation recently awarded grants totaling $45,894 to New Hampshire oral health programs. For more than two decades, the Foundation has supported organizations and initiatives that provide oral health education and dental care to uninsured and underserved people in New Hampshire. communities.

The Foundation awarded grants of:

  • $10,000 to Behavioral Health & Developmental Services of Strafford County, Dover, for preventative and necessary dental care for adults through its dental referral program.
  • $1,000 to Circle Program, Plymouth, for its dental hygiene program during Circle Camp.
  • $5,000 to Greater Nashua Dental Connection for its school-based oral health program.
  • $4,610 to Mid-State Health Center, Plymouth, for its school-based oral health program.
  • $5,000 to Milford School Dental Care for its school-based dental program.
  • $3,589 to Monadnock Healthy Teeth to Toes, Peterborough, for dental equipment.
  • $5,000 to St Joseph Hospital for a mobile health and dental clinic project.
  • $2,500 to Society of St. Vincent De Paul, Exeter, for its community dental care project.
  • $4,695 to White Mountain Community Health Center, Conway, for dental equipment.

The Foundation also awarded $1,000 to The Monadnock Rotary Club of Dublin to help with the costs of its annual Monadnock Wellness Festival in Peterborough, $1,500 to New England Rural Health RoundTable to sponsor its Annual Rural Oral Health Conference and $2,000 to the New Hampshire Oral Health Coalition to sponsor its Oral Health fall forum.

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