Richmond, VA –The Virginia Dental Association Foundation (VDAF) recently received a generous $5,000 grant from the BJ’s Charitable Foundation (BJCF) to purchase disposable dental supplies and one-step denture unit templates and to repair or replace small dental equipment for the Mission of Mercy (MOM) program.
In 2013, eight MOM projects were completed in Virginia and 4,256 patients were treated. The value of donated care was over $3.3 million, with more than 2,585 volunteers. To learn more or volunteer with a 2014 MOM project, please visit, www.vdaf.org.
“BJ’s Charitable Foundation was established with the mission to enrich every community BJ’s Wholesale Clubs serve. The foundation supports nonprofit organizations that primarily benefit the underprivileged in the area of basic needs (hunger prevention, self-sufficiency, education and health). For more information about BJ’s Charitable Foundation, please visit, www.bjs.com/charity.”
Thank you to BJ’s Charitable Foundation for awarding Virginia Dental Association Foundation a grant to help us provide dental care for underserved Virginians through the MOM program. Your partnership is greatly appreciated!