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Dentists Who Care announces $50,000 gift from The Valley Baptist Legacy Foundation

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Pictured L-R: Dr. Adam Lalonde( Los Fresnos Dental Center), DWC Board President; Dr. Gary Schwarz (Valley OMS), DWC Secretary; Judy Quisenberry, Executive Director of The Valley Baptist Legacy Foundation; Jackie Flores, Executive Director of Dentists Who Care; Michelle Zamora M.B. A (Vantage Bank), DWC Member; Bernadette Perez, Grants Associate of The Valley Baptists Legacy Foundation; Dr. Miguel Castillo( Beautiful Smiles) , DWC Vice President; and Dr. Saam Zarrabi ( Rodeo Dental & Orthodontics), DWC Member.
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Enhances Smile Voucher Program 

Weslaco, TX — Dentists Who Care (DWC) Executive Director Jacqueline Flores announces that The Valley Baptists legacy Foundation contributes $50,000 to Dentists Who Care SMILE Voucher Program. “This is a monumental gift with extraordinary impact to Dentists Who Care. The partnership between Valley Baptists Legacy Foundation and Dentists Who Care is life-changing to many Rio Grande Valley low-income families who have no dental insurance through access to oral health care,” said Jacqueline Flores. 

About Valley Baptist Legacy Foundation 

The Valley Baptist Legacy Foundation originated in 2011 and is based in Harlingen, TX. It became a grant-making foundation with its first funding year in 2014. The foundation funds innovative projects to assist local nonprofit organizations in addressing healthcare-related needs of the community and residents of the Rio Grande Valley. 

About Dentists Who Care 

Dentists Who Care is a non-profit charitable organization created in 1996 to help solve the problem of poor oral health among children in the Rio Grande Valley and has provided over $11 million dollars in charitable care to over 30,000 children (and adults). 

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“We are able to do this thanks to over 200 dentists and their dental assistants who donate their services. And it is all done at no cost to the families, thanks to the support of our community leaders like Valley Baptists Legacy Foundation. Due to COVID-19 we have not been able to treat patients on our mobile dental unit, but with this gift, we will be able to redirect patients to a volunteer dentist who will see our patients at his/her office,” said Flores. 

For Volunteer information and to learn more about Dentists Who Care visit us at www.dentistswhocare.us or call 956-318-3383. Dentists Who Care is located at 307 E. Railroad Street, Weslaco Texas. Follow us on social media www.facebook.com/dentists.whocare, Instagram @dentists-who-care-inc. and LinkedIn www.linkin.com/company/dentists-who-are.inc. 

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