Recently, I had the distinct pleasure of attending the Grand Opening of The Kinder Smile Foundation’s new location which is located at 10 Broad Street Bloomfield,New Jersey 07003. The Grand Opening was standing room only with enthusiasm for the work of Dr.Nicole McGraff who is doing tremendous work in bringing dentistry to underserved communities.
The Kinder Smile Foundation is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation that provides free dental care and free oral health education to uninsured/underserved children and perinatal women in New Jersey and abroad. Kinder Smile Foundation’s goal is to help eradicate tooth decay, the #1 silent epidemic that afflicts economically disadvantaged children in our communities.
The design of the facility is child friendly,colorful and delightful and one would forget they are at dentist office and think that they were at Disneyland.
I am encouraging everyone to make a small contribution to The Kinder Smile Foundation to help them to continue helping underserved and uninsured children In New Jersey and abroad.
Dazzling In Style is launching a Holiday Toy Drive to assist struggling families.
You can drop off your unwrapped toys on Decemcer 3,2016 between 1pm-4pm Mercato Tomatoe Pie located at 212 Market Street Newark,Nj and those who wish to contribute their toys prior to the event can call 973-375-5702. Please share this event with your network of friends,family,co-workers and business associates.
Hey Dazzlers- Today on the Blog we wanted to share with you our Favorite Things that are pretty and pink in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and we also wanted to inform you that Lane Bryant has a beautiful Breast Cancer Awareness Collection and 10% of your purchase goes to the American Cancer Society.
We are Thinking Pink this month in support of the survivors and the one’s who lost their battle to this deadly disease. We encourage everyone to not give up hope and stay encouraged and continue the Movement to find a cure.
As per the CDC (Centers For Disease Control and Prevention) each year in the United States more than 200,000 women get breast cancer and more than 40,000 women die from the disease.Early detection is key to save lives so please schedule your Mammogram with your doctor.