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Lighting up smiles with dental care

12.21.18

You’re the reason Vanessa can see a dentist at all. Over the last year, she has found relief from pain and recovered her 1,000-watt grin because of the care your gifts make possible—care she can't get anywhere else.

Like Vanessa, hundreds of people each month come to our dental clinics thinking they'll never smile again. Dental pain prevents them from sleeping, eating and talking.

You can change that. Donate now and help people like Vanessa rediscover their smiles.

Your generosity means more than you may realize. Dental care delivers immediate relief and lasting benefits.

"When we get the source of the pain, it's like night and day," said dentist Koby Sarubin. "The toothache that was waking them up in the middle of the night is gone and it's like they're a new person."

We see this joy every day, and it's because of you.

Your donation makes Health Care for the Homeless a place where people can finally find care and relief.

Someone like Vanessa will lie awake tonight with a toothache. Give today and stop that pain for good.

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