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Serving Families In Need

Serving Families in Need at The City Center of Ventura Tawny and Greg had a difficult upbringing that eventually led down the path to drug addiction. When Tawny got pregnant, she knew she needed to change her life. She and Greg both decided to check into a drug treatment program, where they began the difficult […]

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Bringing Smiles to the Homeless

In Riverside, CA, Reginald had a broken tooth that had been hurting him for months.  If you’re homeless and don’t have transportation, it’s pretty tough to get to a dentist.  But luckily for Reginald and 50 other people at Path of Life Ministries Community Shelter, the dentist came to them! Smile Generation® volunteers and the […]

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Helping Healthy Athletes Smile at the Special Olympics World Games

What if you could help 200 million people worldwide who suffer needlessly from chronic pain and disease, blindness and hearing loss, shortened life span, and other health conditions? That’s what Special Olympics does everyday! At more than 1.4 million free health examination clinics in more than 100 countries, the Special Olympics Healthy Athletes program offers […]

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Donated Dentistry at Colette’s Children’s Home

We recently spent an incredible day at Colette’s Children’s Home, providing donated dentistry to families in need through the PDS Foundation™ Mobile Dental Clinic. We are so thankful for each and every Smile Generation®-trusted clinician and team member who volunteered their time and skills, while providing encouragement for the women and children of Colette’s. When it was all […]

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The Smile Generation Assists Special Olympics Southern California Summer Games

Smile Generation®-trusted team members spend the weekend serving special needs athletes What an incredible event! The experience of volunteering for Special Olympics is one of the best and most memorable you can have. They take such great care to make sure athletes and volunteers come together for an unforgettable affair. The Smile Generation sent around 80 volunteers to […]

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