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2021 Healthier Smiles Community Service Grants winners announced

Volunteers around Australia step up to improve the oral health of some of our most vulnerable communities 10 teams around Australia will receive funding to support their projects under the 2021 Healthier Smiles Community Service Grants program. 2021 Winners Report

 

2020 Indigenous Study Grants recipients announced

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Congratulations to the 2019 Community Service Grants recipients

Click here to read about the projects that the ADHF and the Mars Wrigley Foundation are supporting this year.

 

2019 Indigenous Study Grant recipients announced

The Australian Dental Health Foundation (ADHF) and Dental Hygienists Association of Australia (DHAA) have awarded five study grants to support undergraduate Indigenous oral health therapy and dental hygienist students in their studies. This year, each of the successful study grant recipients will receive $5,000 plus mentoring services by DHAA. Now…

 

ADHF receives funding from the Queensland government

The ADHF has received a grant from the Queensland Government Victims Assist program to help support the Rebuilding Smiles program. The Australian Dental Health Foundation (ADHF) has been successful in obtaining a funding grant from the Queensland Government’s Department of Justice and Attorney-General under its Victims Assist program. This funding…

 

Make a difference with 2019 Community Service Grants

The Mars Wrigley Foundation and the Australian Dental Health Foundation are offering up to $82,000 USD for as many as 13 volunteer organisations to provide oral care and services to Australian communities in need. Past recipients include Health in Kind, a free mobile dental project working to deliver much-needed dental…