This holiday season, Fidel Dental Group and our sister practice Arlington Pediatric Dentistry are giving back to the community through our first ever Annual Charity Campaign. We’ve chosen three local charities to participate, and we’ll be donating $500 to whichever one receives the most votes from participants like you!
Voting will take place on our Facebook page. Throughout the first and second week of December, we will be making three Facebook posts with each one dedicated to one of the participating charities. To cast your vote, all you have to do is LIKE the Facebook post for the charity you want to win -- that’s it! The charity with the most LIKES on its Facebook post at the end of December will receive a $500 donation from our practice.
In addition to donating $500 to the winning charity, we will also be matching individuals’ donations to these organizations for up to $500 each. If you’re interested in making an individual contribution matched by our office, please contact us or let us know during your next appointment so that we can properly match your donation.
Borromeo Housing, Inc.
Borromeo Housing, Inc. (BHI) is dedicated to empowering young single mothers through education and support while they reside in the organization’s safe house. BHI provides education and safe transitional housing for homeless mothers (ages 16-22) and their children. A two-year education, housing and life skills development program helps young women create a self-sustaining future. The organization serves the D.C. metro area and Arlington County.
The mission of the MusicLink Foundation is to encourage children’s interest and potential in music. The Foundation connects low income families with professional musicians who lower their fees to make high quality music lessons affordable for the children. The MusicLink Foundation does not reimburse teachers for this scholarship donation, but supports them in a variety of ways.
Arlington Pediatric Center
Arlington Pediatric Center offers comprehensive, affordable health care to infants, children and youth (up to age 19) whose family income is at or below 200 percent of the federal poverty level. Arlington Pediatric Center provides care to children under the age of 18 regardless of a family’s ability to pay for services.