In partnership with the California Office of Oral Health and Trinity County Office of Education, the CDA Foundation will host…
After a multi-year hiatus stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic, the CDA Foundation will host its first community dental clinic using a newly adopted model Saturday, Aug. 17, in Long Beach, California, and volunteer dental care providers and dental homes can sign up now.
CDA Foundation offers grants for nonprofit organizations to receive dental supplies. Nonprofits can apply for the 2024 grant cycle through March 31.
Dr. Dugoni’s remarkable lifetime of service, leadership and achievement is the inspiration for the CDA Foundation’s Dr. Arthur A. Dugoni Faculty Award. Nominations are open.
Innovative leadership and a commitment to student success epitomize the career of Dr. Marc Hayashi. His involvement with organized dentistry and the creation of innovative learning exercises has benefited students at UCLA School of Dentistry and the broader community.
The CDA Foundation has awarded the first Community-Based Clinical Education grant to the University of the Pacific, Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry to expand oral health care at three community health centers in California while providing dental students with new clinical opportunities.
A commitment to rural and underserved populations guides the educational and career goals of the CDA Foundation’s 2023 Webb Family Grant recipient, Maria Augello.
A report released by the CDA Foundation showcases the work the Foundation accomplished during the pandemic as part of a grant agreement to provide trainings and materials to educate dentists and the public on COVID-19 vaccine administration and efficacy.
The CDA Foundation is pleased to report that the Ukraine Relief Fund raised $41,000 through the generous support of CDA members and other donators. CDA and TDIC also contributed to the fund.
The CDA Foundation this week announced a new partnership with the state’s Office of Oral Health to administer the state’s Community-Based Clinical Education grant and pilot a new CDA Cares clinic model throughout the state.
Sharing her own commitment to service with students at WesternU’s College of Dental Medicine, Dr. Watanabe’s efforts are influencing future dentists to be more compassionate and community-focused.
The CDA Foundation awarded Dr. Stone just over $103,000 in student loan repayment in exchange for her commitment to maintain an overall patient caseload of at least 30% Medi-Cal patients for at least two years in either a Dental Health Professional Shortage Area or an underserved worksite.