Kids in the Klinic

Kids in the Klinic 20th anniversary event

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Registration deadline: October 2

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Join Kids in the Klinic for our 20th Annual Golf Classic at the Olympic Club on Monday, October 16, 2017. Help us grow our $2.3 million Kids in the Klinic Endowment, and provide disadvantaged children with free or low-cost dental care at the Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry.

Kids in the Klinic Sponsor Partners will enjoy priority reservations on the Olympic Club's famed Lake Course, as well as increased brand awareness as a Kids in the Klinic partner. Participation form download available below. Feel free to email us if you have any questions at kidsintheklinic@pacific.edu.

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Thank You to Our Sponsors

 Nob Hill Gazette

NBC Bay Area

SF Media Company

 Hope & Grace

 Tiret

Align Tech

Bittner Dental Group

Kristi Swimmer, DDS & Mark Swimmer, DDS

Heritage Bank of Commerce

Patterson Dental

Kavo Kerr

Mitchell and Mitchell Insurance Agency, Inc.

Nava Fathi, DDS

Pacific Dental Services

Alumni Past Presidents

Richard F. Creaghe DDS

Gauge Point Calibration, Inc.

Northern California Practice Sales

Dental Hygiene Alumni

Dental Hygiene Alumni

J.J. and Ellery Salehieh

Niven and Smith, LLP

3M Oral Care

The Law Offices of Daryl Weinroth

Support Kids in the Klinic

Make an online donation directly to the Kids in the Klinic Endowment! Type "Kids in the Klinic Endowment" in the comments field.

 

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.

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