Call for grant applications to help high-risk Australians access dental care
Now in its fourth year, the Wrigley Company Foundation in partnership with the Australian Dental Health Foundation (ADHF), is proud to announce that applications for its Community Service Grants to help improve access to dental care to some of Australia’s most marginalised groups, opens April 7, 2014.
Introduced in collaboration with ADA Inc, in 2011, the community service grants program continues to make a difference to high risk groups such as elderly, disabled, homeless, Indigenous and children’s groups.
This year, the Wrigley Company Foundation in partnership with the Australian Dental Health Foundation (ADHF) will provide more than USD$82,000 in funds via thirteen grants:
– 8 x USD$6,000 Community Service Grant for registered licensed dental professionals
– 4 x USD$6,000 Community Service Grant for currently enrolled dentistry students
– 1 x USD$10,000 for ‘Principles in Action’ Community Service Grant to support large scale projects
For further details and information please read Media Release here