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Vietnam Programs

13 Mar 2021

Thank you to our ambassador Hiep Pham for your oral health reviews and distributing new supplies at Thien Tam and Thua Sai School for Special Needs in Vietnam. We are so grateful for you and everyone who supports our mission to save smiles worldwide!

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The children in our program at Lotus School Vietnam had their oral health review from our ambassador Hiep Pham Thi and received their new dental supplies! Thank you to everyone who supports our mission to save smiles worldwide!

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A great big THANK YOU to all those to Gave to the Max towards our mission to save smiles worldwide!

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“Dental decay is the most common chronic disease on the planet, affecting more than 90% of the world’s population. It is the most prevalent childhood disease, affecting more than 70% of school children worldwide. In some countries, such as the Philippines, dental pain is the most frequent reason for absenteeism from school. These striking facts are rarely noted, yet they happen right before everybody’s eyes.” – Dr Habib Benzian, DDS, PhD, co-author & project leader for The Oral Health Atlas

 

TODAY is Give to the Max Day! Help us save smiles worldwide and donate on Minnesota’s biggest giving holiday https://www.givemn.org/organization/Phs!

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What is Give to the Max Day? Created as a launch party for GiveMN.org in 2009, Give to the Max Day has turned into Minnesota’s giving holiday. It is a special 24-hour period to highlight the work and worth of nonprofits and schools all across Minnesota, and a day for generous Minnesotans to give back what they can to the causes and organizations that mean the most to them. And as a bonus, GiveMN offers thousands of dollars in prizes to provide a little excitement, start some friendly competition, and help donors make their dollars go farther. In its first 10 years, donors have given nearly $170 million to 10,000 nonprofits and schools as part of Give to the Max Day. Help us save smiles worldwide and donate now https://www.givemn.org/organization/Phs! » READ MORE...

#GiveWhereYouLiveMN

Give to the Max is a statewide outpouring of support for thousands of nonprofits and schools across Minnesota! 2020’s Giving Holiday is scheduled for Thursday, November 19, but you don’t have to wait to support the causes that means the most to you. Early Giving began November 1, but you can make a gift today https://www.givemn.org/organization/Phs!

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Give to the Max Day is later this month on Thursday, November 19, but you can make your donation count now as part of the Early Giving period! Simply visit https://www.givemn.org/organization/Phs.
All gifts made during the Early Giving period are also eligible for daily $500 Early Giving Golden Tickets, and a $10,000 Super-Sized Golden Ticket drawn at midnight as soon as GTMD20 is over. Read more on GTMD20 prize grants.
Give to the Max Day wouldn’t exist without generous donors like you. On behalf of PHS, we look forward to your support as we work together to save smiles worldwide!
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Thank you Hiep Pham Thi for distributing new supplies and reviewing oral health with the children at Thua Sai Home for disabled children. We are able to sustain our programs thanks to everyone who supports our mission!

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Thank you to our ambassador in Vietnam Hiep Pham Thi for distributing new supplies and reviewing oral health with the kids in our programs. We are so grateful to everyone who supports our mission to save smiles!

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Thank you to Juanito I. King Foundation, Inc. for your hard work and partnership! All the children at Cambinocot Elementary School received their dental kits, oral health instruction and fluoride treatments. The next phase will be oral prophylaxis. The school has incorporated daily brushing and we look forward to promising results. Thank you to everyone who supports our mission to Save Smiles Worldwide!

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