Institute for Oral Health

Community Service Grants

Watch the video below to learn more about the impact of IOH’s community service grants from 2015-2016 Chair Kelli Swanson Jaecks, MA, RDH, Executive Director and Manager of the Wrigley Company Foundation, Maureen Jones, and Wrigley Grant recipient, Annette Lincicome, BS, RDH.


About

Do you have a great community program that brings access to oral healthcare and education to a community in need?

The Community Service Grant Program encourages dental hygienists to devise and implement community health projects. This grant program was envisioned as a way to empower dental hygiene professionals to respond to their communities’ oral health concerns.

Review each program to determine eligibility, regional restrictions, and application timeline.

Available Community Service Grants

The Wrigley Company Foundation Grants

Rosie Wall Community Spirit Grants

Healthy Start for Texas Teeth Grants

Applications for The Wrigley Company Foundation Grants are currently closed and will open July 1.

Resources

Information on planning and implementing community service projects, visit the ADHA Public Health website.

Resource materials to assist the grant writing process.

For 2015-2016 Community Service Grant Recipients

Healthy Start for Texas Teeth Final Report – Due Within 3 Months after Completion of Project

Rosie Wall Community Spirit Award Progress Report – Due January 15

Rosie Wall Community Spirit Award Final Report – Due Within 3 Months after Completion of Project