Join us for the 19th Annual Kids in the Klinic Golf Classic
Monday, October 17, 2016
The Olympic Club
9:00 am: Player check-in; 11:00 am shotgun start; 4:00 pm awards cocktail reception and silent auction
Presented by University of the Pacific, Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry and the Dugoni Foundation
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Kids in the Klinic is a volunteer-led program that helps provide dental care and oral health education to disadvantaged children at the University of the Pacific, Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry's pediatric clinic.
The goal of the organization is to continue raising funds for the over $2 million Kids in the Klinic Endowment. Your participation will help provide funding to address the dental needs of our community's children, from infants to teenagers.
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We invite you to become part of Kids in the Klinic by sponsoring one of our fundraising events and joining us as an event participant. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Development office at 415.929.6431.
Net proceeds from the Kids in the Klinic Golf Classic support University of the Pacific's Kids in the Klinic Endowment. Kids in the Klinic provides funding for dental care, education and oral health prevention to disadvantaged children via the Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry's Hutto Patterson Pediatric Clinic.
Approximately 10,000 patients, including many from underserved populations, visit the Dugoni School's clinics for care. Each year the school provides more than $26 million worth of oral healthcare services to the public at a discounted price. We care for people from all walks of life, including children, adults, seniors, people with special needs, HIV/AIDS patients, veterans, homeless individuals and other groups. The Dugoni School is the only dental home for thousands of patients who would not otherwise receive proper oral healthcare.