February 21, 2018
February 21, 2018
As part of Howard Family Dental’s commitment to service, both in the dental office and in our communities, we’ve proudly established the Howard Family Dental Foundation to fund programs that support the education and health care of youth in our community and around the world. In addition, the Foundation supports our team members and their families in times of crisis and educational endeavors.
As part of this mission, our team supports the Howard Hand in Hand program through St. Joseph’s/Candler Hospital. Designed to provide support, education and guidance to children and teens with a family member facing a life-threatening disease, the Howard Hand in Hand program needs your helping hand to extend our services to more youth and grow the program.
Donating is simple! Give a Howard Hand to the youth of the Howard Hand in Hand program by making a cash, check, or now… an online donation! To donate, please visit any of our practices across Coastal Georgia and South Carolina to make an in-person donation or donate online by visiting the Howard Family Dental Foundation landing page on our website and click “Donate Now.” Your donation will be safely and securely processed through PayPal.
Howard Family Dental would also like to celebrate YOU for your generous donations! When making a donation in person or online, we encourage you to write the reason you donate and #GiveAHowardHand on your palm, snap a photo, and share it on social. Be sure to also tag us on Facebook (@HowardFamDental), Instagram (@HowardFamilyDental) or Twitter (@HowardDental).
We will randomly pick one grand-prize winner from posts using #GiveAHowardHand across Facebook, Instagram and Twitter every three months! To increase you and your friend’s chances of winning, we challenge you to tag five friends when posting.
For more information on the Howard Family Dental Foundation or on Howard Hand in Hand, please visit howardFamilyDental.com.
Howard Family Dental is a part of Mortenson Dental Partners.
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