Holocaust Survivors Oral Health Program
Amsterdam Dental Operatory
AKIM Israel
Volunteer Dentists
Holocaust Survivors Oral Health Program
Support this initiative that will provide pro-bono dental care to a total of 250-300 Holocaust survivors across nine North American metropolitan areas.

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Amsterdam Dental Operatory in Philly
Support the Dr. Morton Amsterdam dental operatory for a North Philadelphia neighborhood that is among the nation’s most vulnerable. 

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AKIM Israel Open Wide Program
Help improve the quality of lives of people with intellectual disabilities by allowing them to work and earn a living in the dental profession.

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Rothstein-Williamowsky Dental Clinics
Honor Ralph Rothstein and Dr. Ben Williamowsky by funding a special needs children's dental care center and a state of the art post-graduate training center.

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FOUNDATION NIGHT 2016

Join us in San Francisco for an after dinner evening of laughter and friendship.

 

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Advancing oral health through our Global Oral Health Initiative (GOHI) Fund improving the human condition through dental health, education, research and access to care.

Improving Lives Through our Global Oral Health Initiative Fund
Give the Gift of a Healthy Smile
healthy family smiles
Now I have new lower dentures and several crowns. People find my smile beautiful. I can eat and enjoy my meals!

Iosif F., Rockville, MD
Holocaust survivor

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Reaching out to the needs of Dental Health, Education, Research and Care
throughout the World

Since our inception, the US Foundation has raised and distributed more than $19,000,000 in fulfilling this vitally important mission of promoting oral health in the US and around the globe.

AO Members Make a Difference!
Seattle AO Member Lends a
Helping Hand to a Recovering
Oral Cancer Patient
Oral cancer patient gets new dentition
(L-R) Assistant, Sarah Hanvold, Patient, Mary, after Dr. Libman’s procedures, and Dr. Warren Libman rebuilds her dentition

 

Alpha Omegans can and do make a difference in people’s lives.

Mary, of Seattle, Washington, was diagnosed with Stage 3 squamous cell carcinoma (tongue cancer) in July of 2009. As a non-smoker her entire life, this came as quite a shock. She had half of her tongue removed and remade from a skin graft in her arm.

A month after her surgery, she began six weeks of daily radiation treatments and chemotherapy. She lost sixty-five pounds   . . . read more

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Honor significant occasions of all kinds with our Standard, Gold and Platinum Tribute Cards. We make it easy to Donate and Celebrate! We'll even mail the cards for you.

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Alpha Omega Philanthropy At Work
 

 

Some of the many Alpha Omega Charitable Partnerships
Alpha Omega International Dental Fraternity International Alliance of Alpha Omega - PDF  Tel Aviv University School of Dental Medicine Hebrew University-Hadassah SDM Henry Schein Dental
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