ADA works for relief in the Philippines
The ADA is working to help bring relief to the Philippines. Their December 9th news article states:
“The ADA Foundation is accepting donations to help disaster relief efforts in the Philippines, specifically for dentists and others providing dental care in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan. The Foundation will combine donations and make a grant to the ADA’s Division of Global Affairs, which will identify and work with a reputable nonprofit to distribute the funds appropriately to serve the greatest need. The ADA Foundation is not accepting applications for individual grants related to Typhoon Haiyan.
Donations may be made at ADA.org/4572.aspx or by sending a check to ADA Foundation, 211 E. Chicago Ave., Suite 2100, Chicago, IL 60611. For Typhoon Haiyan relief, write “Philippines” in the memo field of remitted checks. Funds not used for Typhoon Haiyan relief will be used for future international disaster relief purposes.”
To read more, see the ADA’s post, “ADA and ADA Foundation efforts underway to provide Typhoon Haiyan relief.”