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Financial Year 2022-23 has been another successful year for the Australian Dental Health Foundation (ADHF) as it continues to grow the impact its volunteers deliver while operating within its tight budgetary constraints. Read the full report here
Our mission is to address the inequality between those Australians who can access the dental care they need, and those who can’t. Our vision is an Australia where no disadvantaged member of our community falls through the cracks and needlessly suffers from a lack of access to dignified professional oral…
For the second quarter in a row, the Rebuilding Smiles programme has delivered about half of all impact. There are particular challenges with delivering services to the patients in this programme with ADHF staff, volunteers and referral agencies all facing their own additional demands. Read the full report here
It is a very pleasant duty to report a new record quarterly amount of pro bono dental care delivered by ADHF volunteers: $421,854. This surpasses the previous record for a quarter by more than $100K. Wow! Read the full report here
The Australian Dental Health Foundation (ADHF) is the principal dental charity in Australia with a focus on the delivery of pro bono dental care. We work with sponsors, donors, supporters and volunteers to create a real difference to the lives of disadvantaged members of the community by improving their oral health…
Across all three volunteer programs, pro bono treatment of $313,479 has been delivered by our volunteer general practitioners and specialists during the quarter. Read the full report here
Another successful quarter for the ADHF with over $255,00 of pro bono dental treatment delivered by our dedicated volunteers around Australia. Read the full report here
Over $230,000 of pro bono dental treatment has been provided to disadvantaged patients by our volunteers in the first 3 months of 2022. Read the full report here
Read the full Quarterly Impact Report here
ADHF volunteers continue to support the disadvantaged despite the challenges to dentistry presented by COVID-19. The boys from BackTrack attending a Dental Rescue Day in Tamworth Read the full Report
We are delighted to report another successful quarter of the volunteer dental programs, with over $311,000 of free dental treatment provided by volunteer dentists around Australia.
Australian dentists dig deep to help those who cannot easily access or afford dental care and the Foundation achieves outstanding results for the quarter. [pdf-embedder url="https://adhf.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Quarterly-Impact-Report-01.10.2020-to-31.12.2020.pdf" title="Quarterly Impact Report 01.10.2020 to 31.12.2020"]
Despite the impact of COVID-19, volunteer dentists around Australia continue to make a difference, providing treatment to vulnerable and disadvantaged community members. Read more in our Quarterly Impact Report.