Grant Recipients 2019

The HDS Foundation has invested more than $1.6 million in grants to nonprofit organizations in 2019 for oral health programs and activities statewide.


Aloha Medical Mission

For operating support of their free dental services clinic.


Bay Clinic

For dental clinic equipment.


Community Clinic of Maui

For dental clinic equipment.


Dental Lifeline Network

For support of the Hawaii Donated Dental Services program. They connect the disabled and elderly patients with free dental service offered by volunteer dentists and labs.


Hamakua Health Center

For relocation of a dental chair and purchase of dental equipment for the Kapa'au dental clinic and to expand services through their “Amazing Tooth Bus” to serve children in Waimea.


Hui No Ke Ola Pono

For the pilot teledentistry services project which serves WIC families, preschools and senior care homes.


The Queen’s Medical Center

For the renovation of their dental clinic.


Special Olympics Hawaii

For their new Sports and Wellness Center in Kapolei. The facility will include a room for their Special Smiles Program where they conduct oral health screenings for their athletes.


UH Foundation - Maui College Dental Hygiene Program

For oral health outreach efforts in the community and dental clinic equipment and supplies.


UH Foundation - Hawaii Keiki

For the first year of Sealants in Schools program which provides oral health assessments and sealants to second graders at Title I public elementary schools.


Wahiawa Center for Community Health

For dental equipment, supplies and furnishings for a new dental clinic.


Waikiki Health

For dental equipment.


West Hawaii Community Health Center

For consolidation of their two dental clinics located in Kealakekua and to expand dental services for adults.

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Shere Saneishi-Kim, Director, HDS Foundation   |   [email protected]   |   (808) 529-9209