Q4 grant funding to oral health organizations is based on need and community impact

The Patterson Foundation recently announced $323,000 in Q4 grant funding to 17 non-profit organizations including those in the oral health field. These organizations were selected based on their commitment to help people in their communities.

“Each quarter, the Foundation is investing in organizations that are helping those most in need,” says Lindsay Stewart, senior foundation manager. “These organizations are carefully selected based on the immense good they are delivering to the public.”

The oral health organizations include:

  • Ada Jenkins Center (Davidson, NC)
  • America’s Dentist Care Foundation (Wichita, Kan)
  • Central AR Volunteers in Medicine- Harmony Health Clinic (Little Rock, Ark)
  • Waukesha County Community Dental Clinic (Waukesha, Wis)
  • Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation (Cincinnati, Ohio)
  • Kids in Need of Dentistry (Denver, Colo)
  • South Bay Children’s Health Center, (Redondo Beach, Calif)
  • London Community Dental, (London, Ontario, Calif)
  • Dental Lifeline Network, (Redondo Beach, Calif)
  • PanCare of Florida (Panama City, Fla)
  • Memphis Dental Society Charitable Foundation (Mid-South Mission of Mercy event)
  • Seattle Center Foundation (Seattle Mission of Mercy event)
  • United Way of Central Maryland (2020 Harford Project Homeless, Mission of Mercy event)
  • United Way of Central Maryland (Baltimore Mission of Mercy event)

“Giving back is a top priority for Patterson,” she added. “Seeing what these organizations do with their grant money is such a thrill for us.”