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Callander Bay Dental 2016 Smiles for Life Campaign to Benefit Hands

Posted on: March 3rd, 2016

CALLANDER BAY DENTAL JOINS LOCAL COMMUNITY TO EFFECT WORLDWIDE CHANGE DURING 2016 SMILES FOR LIFE CAMPAIGN

When local dental patients have their teeth whitened, they can smile a little brighter knowing that they are also bringing a smile to the face of a child in need. The 18th annual Smiles For Life Campaign begins today, which means dental patients nationwide can brighten a child’s future just by visiting local Crown Council Office Callander Bay Dental. The campaign runs from March 1 until June 30, and 100% of the proceeds from teeth whitening procedures done at Callander Bay Dental are contributed directly to Hands TheFamilyHelpNetwork.ca. As an additional incentive, each tooth whitening patient enjoys their smile brightening procedure at a discounted rate. Patients love the unique opportunity to improve the lives of families in our community while also enhancing their own smile.SFL_ProfilePhoto

Since its creation, the Crown Council’s Smiles For Life Campaign has raised over $36,000,000 for seriously ill, disabled and disadvantaged kids. That’s a staggering $2M a year average, all thanks to participation from local communities and dental practices. Smiles For Life hopes to continue this tremendous pace for donations this year.

“Smiles For Life allows a person to help children in need by doing something that benefits them as well,” explains Greg Anderson, director of the Crown Council.  “The team at Callander Bay Dental donate their time and expertise, while Ultradent generously provides all Opalescence whitening products.  You receive a brighter smile, and, best of all, provide children with a brighter future.”

When communities work together they can help make a real difference in countless children’s lives. Anyone interested in donating directly without teeth whitening can do so by clicking here.  Participants can also refer friends to Callander Bay Dental by linking to the Smiles for Life site, making it easier than ever to give the gift of a new smile to friends and loved ones, while also giving hope to children in need.

All of the donations raised by Callander Bay Dental this year will be given to Hands TheFamilyHelpNetwork.ca, an accredited organization dedicated to improving the life experiences of families, children, youth, and developmentally challenged adults who need support and guidance.  Hands serves more than 9000 families across Parry Sound, Nipissing, Muskoka, North Bay and Northern Ontario.

Patients who would like to get involved should talk to Crown Council office Callander Bay Dental at www.callanderbaydental.com.

For more information on the campaign, please visit: http://smilesforlife.org/.

About The Crown Council:

The Crown Council is an alliance of driven, dedicated dentists who are committed to excellence in their practice, improving their patients’ oral health and bettering the communities around them. By creating the Smiles For Life Foundation in 1998, the Crown Council has been able to provide a way for dentists to serve others through charitable work. Information about the Crown Council is available at: http://crowncouncil.com/.

About Hands TheFamilyHelpNetwork.ca:

Hands TheFamilyHelpNetwork.ca provides children, youth, families, and developmentally challenged adults, with help and support in facing and working through social, emotional, behavioural, physical and developmental difficulties.

Our team, comprised of Child and Youth Workers, Behaviour Therapists, Social Workers, Psychologists and many other mental health care professionals, provides more than 14,000 services each year to children, youth and families in North Bay, Nipissing, Muskoka, Parry Sound, and Northern Ontario.  We provide professional services in the areas of: Child and Youth Mental Health, Autism, Developmental Services, and Early Intervention Services for the best start in life.

Hands is a fully accredited, bilingual, not for profit registered charity that makes a positive difference in the lives of the individuals and families for whom we provide support.

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