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America's ToothFairy: National Children's Oral Health Foundation's 2015 Annual Report

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Annual Report F Y2015 July 1, 2014 - June 30, 2015

On a Mission to Save Smiles A s we approach our 10th anniversary, we reflect enthusiastic local participation to address the critical with deep appreciation on the individuals issue of children’s oral health. and companies who have made it possible for America’s ToothFairy is proud to work with innovative America’s ToothFairy: National Children’s Oral Health partners like these and many others who understand Foundation® to impact millions of young lives affected the imperative to drive a systems change toward by pediatric dental disease. It is because of your prevention of disease, rather than treatment alone, unwavering commitment and generosity we are able and raise the optics of oral health nationwide. to continue our fight to eradicate this preventable Harnessing the vast potential of academic and civic disease from our nation and its future generations. organizations, the resources of corporations, the talent Since our founding in 2006, America’s ToothFairy has of health professionals, and the passion of youth, received tremendous support from the dental industry America’s ToothFairy is committed to creating a world and, this year in particular, overwhelming receptivity from organizations outside the dental field. where no child suffers from preventable tooth decay. « Members of the National Association of School …because every child deserves a healthy smile!® Nurses are utilizing our ToothFairy 101® Community Education Kit to drive oral health literacy in Henk van Duijnhoven Fern K. Ingber schools. Student chapters of HOSA: Future Health Chairman President & CEO Professionals are exploring dental careers and improving oral health in their communities. Boys & Girls Clubs of America are using America’s ToothFairy educational materials and programs to drive positive oral health behaviors. These “non-traditional” partners have not only delivered vital services to vast populations of vulnerable children, they have sparked2

Our Mission & Vision T he mission of America’s ToothFairy is to systems change by delivering proven programs and eliminate children’s pain and suffering from resources that expand access to care and education, preventable pediatric dental disease and improve improve oral health literacy, and promote overall quality of life for at-risk children. As Educator, wellness. Our vision is to create a world where no Preventer and Protector, America’s ToothFairy drives child suffers from preventable tooth decay. «4

Board of DirectorsHenk van Duijnhoven Gordon Christensen, DDS, MSD, Gavin SheaChairman PhD Senior Director, Sales & MarketingSenior Vice President, Dental Platform Clinicians Report, CEO Wells Fargo Practice FinanceKaVo Kerr Group Practical Clinical Courses, Director Cherilyn G. Sheets, DDS Private Practice DentistJames Ingebrand Thomas Engels Rebecca Slayton, DDS, PhDVice President Retired Vice President & General Chair, Pediatric DentistryPresident & General Manager Manager University of Washington3M ESPE Dental Division 3M ESPE Melissa Summerfield Senior Group PublisherPaul A. Guggenheim Jennifer Erfurth Oral Health Group CanadaTreasurer Vice President, Global Human Fern K. IngberPresident Resources President & CEO (Ex-Officio)Patterson Dental Supply, Inc. Align Technology, Inc. America’s ToothFairy: National Children’s Oral Health FoundationRobert Size Paul MondockSecretary Vice President for the AmericasSenior Vice President SeptodontDENTSPLY International 5

Scientific Advisory Board Rebecca L. Slayton, DDS, PhD Amos Deinard, MD, MPH Raul Garcia, DMD, MMSc Chair, America’s ToothFairy Scientific Advisory Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics Professor & Chair, Department of Health Board University of Minnesota School of Public Policy & Health Service America’s ToothFairy Chief Dental Director Health Boston University School of Dental Medicine Chair, Pediatric Dentistry University of Washington Pamela DenBesten, DDS, MS Joan I. Gluch, RDH, PhD Professor and Chair, Division of Pediatric Director of Community Health Tegywn H. Brickhouse, DDS, PhD Dentistry University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Chair and Associate Professor, Department of University of California San Francisco Medicine Pediatric Dentistry Virginia Commonwealth University Maria Dolce, PhD, RN, CNE, NEA-BC, Maria Perno Goldie, RDH, MS FACHE President Benjamin Bluml, RPh Associate Professor, Bouvé College of Health International Federation of Dental Hygienists Senior VP, Research and Innovation Sciences American Pharmacists Association Foundation Northeastern University David M. Krol, MD, MPH, FAAP Senior Program Officer & Team Director, Arthur L. Caplan, PhD Chester W. Douglass, DMD, PhD Human Capital Director, Division of Medical Ethics Professor and Chair, Oral Health Policy and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation NYU Langone Medical Center Epidemiology Harvard School of Dental Medicine Miriam H. Labbok, MD, MPH, Rella P. Christensen, RDH, PhD FACPM, FABM Team Leader Caswell Evans, DDS, MPH Professor, Department of Maternal and Child TRAC Research Foundation Associate Dean for Prevention and Public Health Health Sciences Department Director, Carolina Global Breastfeeding Steven Chussid, DDS University of Illinois at Chicago Institute, University of North Carolina Director, Division of Pediatric Dentistry Columbia University College of Dental John D.B. Featherstone, M.Sc., Ph.D Beverly Litchfield, RDH, BS, HPMc Medicine Dean and Professor, School of Dentistry President, Prevention Partners, Inc. University of California San Francisco Clinical Instructor & Lecturer, Linda Davis-Alldritt, RN, MA, BSN University of New England Past President National Association of School Nurses (NASN)6

Ann Marie McCarthy, PhD, RN, PNP Steven P. Perlman, DDS, MScD Harold Slavkin, DDSProfessor & Associate Dean for Research Professor of Pediatric Dentistry, Boston Univ. Dean Emeritus, University of SouthernUniversity of Iowa College of Nursing School of Dental Medicine California School of Dentistry Founder and Director of Special Olympics, Former Director, National Institute of DentalK. William Mopper, DDS, MS Inc. Healthy Athletes Program and Craniofacial Research, National Institutes of HealthFounding member of the AACD & Co- Adriana Segura, DDS, MSFounder of Cosmedent Gerry Uswak, DMD Professor, University of Texas Health ScienceLinda Niessen, DMD, MPH Center San Antonio Dental School Dean and Professor, University of Chair, American Academy of Pediatrics Oral Saskatchewan College of DentistryDean and Professor Health Section President, Canadian Dental Public HealthNova Southeastern University College of AssociationDental Medicine Eugene Sekiguchi, DDS Rebecca S. Wilder, RDH, MSTrisha O’Hehir, RDH, BS Professor of Clinical Dentistry & Associate Dean Professor and Director of Graduate DentalPresident, Oral Health Research Group, University of Southern California School of Hygiene EducationInternational Association for Dental Research Dentistry University of North Carolina School ofEditorial Director, Hygienetown Magazine – DentistryFarran Media Jeanne Sinkford, DDS, PhD Esther M. Wilkins, RDH, DMDAnna Pattison, RDH, MS Senior Scholar-in-Residence, Office of the Executive Director Author, Clinical Practice of the Dental HygienistAssociate Professor & Former Chair, American Dental Education Association Professor, Tufts University School of DentalDepartment of Dental Hygiene (ADEA) MedicineUniversity of Southern California School ofDentistry J. Timothy Wright, DDS, MS Professor and Chair of Pediatric Dentistry University of North Carolina School of Dentistry 7

Our Impact A t America’s ToothFairy, we believe every child deserves a healthy smile. Promoting the importance of oral health and its link to overall health, America’s ToothFairy supports the delivery of oral health education and care for vulnerable children across the country. Since its inception, America’s ToothFairy has distributed more than $15 million in vital community-based programs, educational materials, oral care products, and financial grants through our national network of Affiliate partners and community programs.« More than 2.2 million children and caregivers received oral health services through America’s/Canada’s ToothFairy programs8

America’s ToothFairySmile Drive More than 660,000 oral care productsIn its second year, the America’s ToothFairy Smile Drive mobilized have been collected for a vast network of youth, dental professionals, companies, and children in need overvolunteers in a national campaign to collect toothbrushes, toothpaste, the last two yearsand other oral care products for underserved children. Raisingwidespread awareness of the importance of oral health and itsconnection to overall health, the America’s ToothFairy Smile Drive hasnational reach yet sparks both local participation and local impact forthe benefit of children in need. «10

#0072a2 #fc992bC 93% C 0% 595,494 children and M 47% teens were reachedMySmileMatters#M 48%Y 92% K 0% with oral healthY 19% education through #MySmileMattersYouth MovementK 1%t: WTalkway Boldhe #MySmileMattersSM Youth Movement engages youth in the national oral health crisis by mobilizing them as community educators and advocates. By focusing their efforts on achievable objectives and providing step-by-step plans, resources, and incentives, youth leaders are making a positive impact on the health of their communities and raising the conversation of oral health nationwide.« Tobby Tooth “Gratification and words alone cannot express the rewards these girls have experienced working with America’s ToothFairy. The life lessons of working with others, compassion, drive, focus, and setting goals are just a few of a long, long list. I am grateful for the priceless lessons they are learning. We look forward to a growing, long-lasting relationship with America’s ToothFairy!” - C herie Wink Yorba Linda High School Girls’ League An Initiative of America’s ToothFairy12


Kids Club Through the America’sThe America’s ToothFairy Kids Club promotes healthy ToothFairy Blogger Network, smiles for young children and their families through millions of parents and free monthly online educational activities, tips and letters caregivers received oral from the ToothFairy. Children can participate individually health messages and invitations at home or as a group through their school or other youth settings, helping to reinforce classroom activities, clinic to join the Kids Club visits and wellness initiatives. El Club de los Niños, our Spanish-language Kids Club, launched in 2015. «Tomorrow’s Smiles After T omorrow’s Smiles® connects youth in need of Before comprehensive restorative care with caring dentists willing to provide pro bono services. Participants experience a life-changing transformation as they gain the smile they always wanted and the confidence they need to pursue their goals. Teens receiving treatment from a Tomorrow’s Smiles dentist “Pay it Forward” by teaching oral health lessons to younger children using the ToothFairy 101® Educational Curriculum. «14

19,314 Scouts Patch Program earned their Boy and Girl Scouts are rewarded for community oralToothFairy Patches health activities through the Real Life ToothFairy and SuperHero Patch Programs. Scouts of any age can discover oral health, connect with their communities and take action to fight pediatric dental disease. As part of the #MySmileMatters Youth Movement, Scouts emerge as young oral health leaders and community ambassadors for children’s health. « 15

Students United with Student volunteersAmerica’s ToothFairy participating in America’sS tudents United with America’s ToothFairy® engages students ToothFairy collegiate in high school, college as well as dental, nursing, pre-dental, programs reached and dental hygiene programs across the country in activities 20,968 children and focused on breaking the devastating cycle of pediatric dental their caregivers with disease. Students lead vital oral health education programs, host preventive services and/or health fairs, institute toothbrushing programs in local schools, oral health education provide screenings and preventive services as appropriate, and promote positive oral health behaviors. « “Starting a Students United with America’s ToothFairy chapter at the University of Kentucky has made me more aware of the oral health education need of our community. It has continually reminded me of why I want to become a dentist and serve these underprivileged populations.” - A iley Layson University of Kentucky student leader16


Engaging ProfessionalsOffering multiple opportunities to teach and reach vulnerable children, America’s ToothFairy engages dental professionals in a widespread effort to improve oral health literacy and increase access to care for children in their communities. America’s ToothFairy volunteer dental professionals are active in every state in the US, Canada and military bases throughout the world, providing vital educational outreach and pro bono services. «Practice of Distinction The Practice of Distinction Program provides dental Program Sponsor Special Thanks to practices with an opportunity to highlight their commitment to children’s oral health through alignment with a smile-saving cause. Participating practices receive educational resources, practice-building marketing tools, and opportunities to enhance their outreach through community engagement and positive publicity. «18

76,233 youth, Esther Wilkinscaregivers and pregnant Education Program mothers received oral health educationF ounded with a generous gift from Esther outreach activities in their local communities Wilkins, RDH, DMD, the Esther Wilkins and mission trips around the world. InEducation Program builds on the role of dental partnership with the International Federationhygienists and dental hygiene students as oral of Dental Hygienists, state coalitions, andhealth champions by providing educational 195 dental hygiene programs, Esther Wilkinsresources for community outreach. Members Education Program members have reachedimprove oral health literacy and promote thousands of children in every state, throughoutpositive oral health through community the US, and internationally. « Made possible with generous support from 19

Oral Health Zone ProgramA merica’s ToothFairy programs integrate into a Arkansas, and Minnesota with developing Oral Health powerful, comprehensive oral health initiative Initiatives in North Dakota and Texas. Engagingunder our Oral Health Zone Program model. The first all local stakeholders in a collaborative approach,America’s ToothFairy Oral Health Zone Program® was the Oral Health Zone drives systems change, whileestablished in Washington, DC in 2010. Over the last promoting positive oral health behaviors, raisingfive years, additional Oral Health Zones have been awareness and delivering preventive and treatmentcreated in the Bay Area (CA), Orange County (CA), services for vulnerable children. «Orange County materials into local outreach programs, an N ow reaching four counties and more increased proportion of Orange County’s vulnerable children are receiving vital services than 162,000 children and caregivers, each year. With an invitation to expand oral the Orange County Oral Health Zone is health programming to all southern California strengthening a regional focus on oral health. Head Start programs and a new partnership Community partners of the Orange County with the Los Angeles Trust for Children’s Oral Health Zone include Early Head Start, Health reaching the 650,000 students in Head Start Health Specialists and Parent the L.A. Unified School District, the Orange Volunteers, AltaMed, Orange County school County Oral Health Zone is poised to make a nurses, and Assistance Leagues. By linking stakeholders with direct service Affiliates and major impact in its third year. « integrating America’s ToothFairy educational Made possible with generous support from The Larry & Helen Hoag Foundation20

Minnesota Readiness, Early Childhood Family Education, Thanks to generous support from the Delta the Minnesota Dental Association and a number of county public health and human services Dental of Minnesota Foundation, the departments. The Minnesota Oral Health Zone has Minnesota Oral Health Zone reached more been influential in a number of statewide policy than 194,000 children and caregivers this year. initiatives including the Sealants in the Schools Now collaborating with 44 community partners, program, Fluoride Advisory Committee, Born to three pilot communities and 12 Affiliate clinics Thrive and Help Me Grow systems work, the Child and programs, the Minnesota Oral Health Zone Care and Development Block Grant plan for infants expanded educational opportunities and provided support for dental care across the state. Key and toddlers and others. « community partners include Head Start, School Made possible with generous support from 21

Bay Area ArkansasW ith an annual reach of more than The Arkansas Oral Health Zone Program reached 76,000 children, parents and 26,171 children and caregivers with vital oral caregivers, the Bay Area Oral Health Zone health education and services in its first year. In is impacting families in six counties. As a collaboration with the Arkansas Department of contributor to the San Francisco Children’s Health Office of Oral Health, Arkansas Oral Health Oral Health Strategic Plan, the Bay Area Coalition, Arkansas State Dental Hygienists’ Oral Health Zone continues to play an Association, the Arkansas Office of Minority Health instrumental role in both strategic planning and Health Disparities, as well as local community and implementation of regional oral partners, safety net clinics, civic organizations, health programming. In addition to strong youth and health professionals, the Arkansas Oral partnerships with a number of prestigious Health Zone Program is raising awareness of the universities, the Bay Area Oral Health Zone importance of oral health, promoting preventive is now partnering with 50+ Head Start sites, strategies and delivering preventive and treatment YMCAs, WIC, school districts and after-school services for vulnerable children. In the coming programs. A new affiliation with the Native year, the Arkansas Oral Health Zone will formalize American Health Center in Oakland provides its relationship with Arkansas Head Start and work the opportunity to support a wide range with school-based health centers across the state to of services in the Alameda County Unified improve access to care and oral health education.« School District and Head Start. « Made possible with Made possible with generous support from generous support from Delta Dental of Arkansas Foundation22

National Capital AreaThe National Capital Area Oral Health Zone George Washington University provided dynamic oral continues to engage existing and new partners health education at school visits and outreach events.throughout the District of Columbia and surrounding The National Capital Area Oral Health Zone has alsocounties in Maryland and Virginia. Students United formed strong community partnerships with childwith America’s ToothFairy chapters at Howard development centers, school programs, oral healthUniversity School of Dentistry, Georgetown University, coalitions, Girl Scouts Council of the National CapitalUniversity of Maryland, Johns Hopkins University, and Area and United Way of the National Capital Area. «Oral Health InitiativesTexas North DakotaOur school-focused Texas Oral Health Initiative I n collaboration with the state dental director, began in early 2015 in partnership with Delta North Dakota Department of Health, North Dental Insurance Company. With a special focus Dakota Oral Health Coalition, and National on the Latino American community, this initiative Association of School Nurses, our North Dakota is engaging Texas youth in the #MySmileMatters Oral Health Initiative is working to position non- Youth Movement and equipping school nurses to traditional community partners as oral health provide oral health education. Through utilization advocates. A volunteer network of paramedics, of the ToothFairy 101® Community Education Kit, school nurses and other health professionals are educational presentations, and health fairs, children providing oral health education for North Dakota in nine school districts of Houston and Dallas/Fort youth and their caregivers with potential to reach Worth are receiving the tools they need to improve more than 40,000 children across the state. « their oral health. « Made possible with Made possible with generous support from generous support from 23

Affiliate Network 1,308,140 children & caregivers received oral healthThe America’s ToothFairy Affiliate Network is a collaborative alliance services through of leading university dental and dental hygiene programs, hospitals, our Affiliate Networkcommunity clinics, mobile dental programs and school-based programsproviding comprehensive oral health services to disadvantaged families. We are proud to partner with thisgrowing network of non-profit providers committed to providing vital oral health services and delivering oralhealth education at every encounter with a child.« A.T. Still University dba Arizona School of Children’s Dental Health Services, Family First Health, York, PA Dentistry & Oral Health, Mesa, AZ Rochester, MN Family HealthCare Center, Fargo, ND AltaMed Health Services, Children’s Dental Services, Minneapolis, MN FirstHealth of the Carolinas Dental Care Los Angeles, CA Columbia University College of Dental Centers, Southern Pines, NC Arizona Public Health Association, Southern Medicine, New York, NY Fresh Start Surgical Gifts, Carlsbad, CA Region, Tucson, AZ Community Clinic, Springdale, AR Friends of Family, La Habra, CA Arroyo Vista Family Health Center, Community Dental Care, Maplewood, MN Gateway to Oral Health Foundation, Los Angeles, CA Community Dental Foundation, Olivette, MO Assistance League of Garden Grove, Phoenix, AZ Georgia Regents University, Augusta, GA Garden Grove, CA Community Dental Services, Greater Tampa Bay Oral Health Coalition, Assistance League of Newport Mesa, Albuquerque, NM Plant City, FL Newport Mesa, CA Community Dentistry on Wheels, Healthy Smiles for Kids of Orange County, Assistance League of San Bernardino, Lanham, MD Garden Grove, CA Dr. Earl R. Crane Children’s Dental Health Contra Costa County Children’s Oral Health Healthy Smiles Mobile Dental Foundation, Center, San Bernardino, CA Program, Martinez, CA Fresno, CA CareSouth Carolina, Division of Dental Conway Interfaith Clinic, Conway, AR Howard University College of Dentistry, Medicine, Hartsville, SC Dientes Community Dental Care, Washington, DC Caring Hands Dental Clinic, Alexandria, MN Santa Cruz, CA Indiana University School of Dentistry, Cass County Dental Clinic, Belton, MO Dignity Health Chandler Regional Medical Indianapolis, IN Central Community College, Hasting, NE Center, Chandler, AZ Chabot College Dental Hygiene Program, Douglas County Dental Clinic, Hayward, CA Lawrence, KS E.C. Tyree Health & Dental Clinic,24 Wichita, KS

Just Kids Dental, Two Harbors, MN Sonrisas Community Dental Center, Half University of Kentucky College of Dentistry,Kemple Memorial Children’s Dental Clinic, Moon Bay, CA Lexington, KYBend, OR Southern Illinois University Carbondale, University of Missouri - Kansas City School ofKids’ Community Dental Clinic of Burbank, Carbondale, IL Dentistry, Kansas City, MOBurbank, CA Springfield Urban League, Inc., University of Nebraska Medical CenterKinderSmile Foundation, Springfield, IL College of Dentistry, Lincoln, NEUpper Montclair, NJ St. John’s Well Child & Family Center, University of North Carolina School ofLet’s Smile, Owatonna, MN Los Angeles, CA Dentistry, Chapel Hill, NCMid-Ohio Valley Health Department, The Ada Jenkins Center, Davidson, NC University of South Dakota School of HealthParkersburg, WV The Children’s Dental Center, Inglewood, CA Sciences, Vermillion, SDNorthern Dental Access Center, The Gary Center, La Habra, CA University of Tennessee Health ScienceBemidji, MN The Los Angeles Trust for Children’s Health, Center, Memphis, TNNorwegian American Hospital, Chicago, IL Los Angeles, CA University of Texas Health Science CenterOregon Health & Science University School Treasure Coast Community Health, Inc., at Houston, Houston, TXof Dentistry, Portland, OR Vero Beach, FL University of Washington, Seattle, WAOwens Community College, Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, Valley Community Healthcare,Perrysburg, OH Boston, MA North Hollywood, CAPrairieStar Health Center, Hutchinson, KS Union Gospel Mission Association of St. Paul, Virginia Commonwealth University School ofRavenswood Family Health Center, St. Paul, MN Dentistry, Department of Pediatric Dentistry,East Palo Alto, CA University of Alabama at Birmingham School Richmond, VAReady Set Smile, Minneapolis, MN of Dentistry, Birmingham, AL Washington State Smile Partners,Rutgers University School of Dental University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB Bainbridge Island, WAMedicine, Newark, NJ University of California Berkeley School ofSan Gabriel Valley Foundation for Dental Public Health, Berkeley, CAHealth, La Puente, CA University of California San Francisco SchoolSaskatchewan Oral Health Coalition, of Dentistry, San Francisco, CASaskatoon, SK University of Illinois at Chicago College ofSaskatchewan Dental Hygienists Assocaition, Dentistry, Chicago, ILSaskatoon, SK University of Iowa College of Dentistry, Iowa City, IO 97% of reporting Affiliates stated America’sToothFairy educational materials were effective in positively influencing behavioral change 25

Underwriters Thanks to these generous Corporate Underwriters, 100% of your donation goes directly to smile-saving programs.«26

Virtual ToothFairy Ball & Online AuctionA merica’s ToothFairy held its inaugural Virtual ToothFairy Ball and Online Auction in November 2014. Individuals and corporations sponsored the event by purchasing one or more virtual “tables” and donating items for the auction. More than $200,000 was raised, and each $5,000 table sponsorship was awarded as a named ToothFairy Grant to support smile-saving programs from coast to coast. «“Just Kids Dental provides oral health educationand preventive dental services to rural underservedchildren throughout Minnesota and Wisconsin whotruly face severely limited access to dental care.We are grateful for your compassionate communitygiving through this ToothFairy Grant which allows usto make a difference in these young lives.”- S tacey Anderson Executive Director, Just Kids Dental 27

ToothFairy GrantsT hanks to the support of individuals and corporations for the ToothFairy Ball and other programs, America’s ToothFairy awarded $270,000 in financial grants for community oral health initiatives and clinical programsto expand delivery of oral health services for underserved children.« 3M ESPE $5,000 ToothFairy Grant DMG America $5,000 ToothFairy Grant • Community Dental Care • CareSouth Carolina Division of Dental Medicine Academy of Dental CPAs $5,000 ToothFairy Grant Dudnyk $5,000 ToothFairy Grant • University of Iowa College of Dentistry • Kemple Memorial Children’s Dental Clinic A. Titan $5,000 ToothFairy Grant Hanley Wood Marketing $5,000 ToothFairy Grant • Howard University College of Dentistry • Children’s Dental Services BAE Systems, Inc. $5,000 ToothFairy Grant Henk van Duijnhoven $5,000 ToothFairy Grant • Ravenswood Family Health Center • Community Dentistry On Wheels • San Gabriel Valley Foundation for Dental Health Benco Family Foundation $5,000 ToothFairy Grant • Indiana University School of Dentistry, Department of Henry Schein $5,000 ToothFairy Grant Pediatric Dentistry • University of Alabama at Birmingham Department of Pediatric Dentistry Dr. Gordon J. Christensen $5,000 ToothFairy Grant • University of South Dakota Department of Dental • Central Community College Dental Hygiene Program Hygiene • University of Washington Center for Pediatric Dentistry Invisalign® $5,000 ToothFairy Grant Darby Dental Supply, LLC $5,000 ToothFairy Grant • Sonrisas Community Dental Center • A.T. Still University dba Arizona School of Dentistry and • Tufts University School of Dental Medicine Oral Health IQ Dental Supply $5,000 ToothFairy Grant Delta Dental of Minnesota Foundation $5,000 • KinderSmile Foundation ToothFairy Grant • Children’s Dental Health Services DENTSPLY International $5,000 ToothFairy Grant • University of Washington Center for Pediatric Dentistry28

Mark Moehlman and Dr. Cherilyn Sheets $5,000 Thomas & JoAnn Prescott $5,000 ToothFairy GrantToothFairy Grant • Bay Area Oral Health Zone Program • Assistance League of Orange Dental Health Center TSC EcoSolutions $5,000 ToothFairy GrantMedicom $20,000 ToothFairy Grant • Cass Community Health Foundation • University of Texas School of Dentistry at Houston • Children’s Dental ServicesPatterson Dental - Sparkle $10,000 ToothFairy Grant Ultradent Products, Inc. $5,000 ToothFairy Grant • Kids’ Community Dental Clinic of Burbank • Community Dentistry on Wheels • Indiana University School of Dentistry Wunderman $5,000 ToothFairy GrantPatterson Dental - Sparkle $7,500 ToothFairy Grant • The Children’s Dental Center of Greater Los Angeles • Gateway to Oral Health FoundationRetired 3M Executives $3,500 ToothFairy Grant America’s ToothFairy $5,000 Grant • Northern Dental Access Center • A.T. Still University dba Arizona School of Dentistry andRetired 3M Executives $5,000 ToothFairy Grant Oral Health • Children’s Dental Services • Community Dentistry On Wheels • Community Dental Care • Conway Interfaith Clinic, Inc.SciCan Inc. $5,000 ToothFairy Grant • Just Kids Dental • Just Kids Dental • Kemple Memorial Children’s Dental ClinicSirona $5,000 ToothFairy Grant • Kids’ Community Dental Clinic of Burbank • Tufts University School of Dental Medicine • San Gabriel Valley Foundation for Dental HealthSulzer Mixpac, Ltd $5,000 ToothFairy Grant • Springfield Urban League Inc. • Virginia Commonwealth University Department of • The Children’s Dental Center of Greater Los Angeles • The Los Angeles Trust for Children’s Health Pediatric Dentistry • Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry, Department of Pediatric Dentistry 29

Program Partners America’s ToothFairy Program Partners are major national service organizations that share our commitment to providing oral health services and education to vulnerable populations. Leveraging the national reach and expertise of this network, America’s ToothFairy is optimizing resources to reach the greatest number of underserved children and families. « FY 2015 Highlights: • In partnership with Boys & Girls Clubs of America, 369,410 children and teens were impacted through oral health educational programming. • As part of the #MySmileMatters Youth Movement, high school students with HOSA: Future Health Professionals of America reached 206,770 children through community outreach programs. • Members of the National Association of School Nurses used America’s ToothFairy educational kits and resources to provide oral health instruction to 133,539 students in schools across the country.30

Coalition for Drinking WaterBoy & Girl Scouts Head Start & Early State DentalTroops & Councils Head Start Centers Associations 31

Supporters 3D Systems Corporation CAO Group, Inc. Delta Dental of California Glenn Lockwood, DDS Jenny Fei, DMD 3M ESPE Dental A. Titan Instruments, Inc. Catherine Mincy, DDS Delta Dental Insurance Good Cause Greetings, Inc. Jeremy Eckman Academy of Dental CPAs Company Advanstar Cathy Seckman, RDH Gordon Barnes Jerome Casper, DMD Aegis Communications Delta Dental of Minnesota Alan Mannheimer, MD Central Community College Foundation Gordon Christensen, DDS, Jill Malmgren Alan Robinson, DDS Centrix Dental Dental Care Associates MSD, PhD Joan F. Lorden, PhD Align Technology, Inc. Certol International, LLC Dental Industry Association Haley Raymond Joe Greenberg, DMD Align Technology, Inc. Charles Reich of Canada (DIAC) Hanley Wood Marketing, John Benson (Canada) Inc. John Yates Allison Farey Charles Wolfe, DDS Dental Product Shopper Harold Brooks, DDS Jonathan Ballard, DDS Amber Holloway Harvey Levy Joyee & Sameer Vachani Anjani Koneru, DMD Cheryl Billingsley, DDS DenTek Haws Corporation Katie & Mike Malone Anna Pattison, RDH, MS Henk van Duijnhoven KaVo Kerr Group Asha & Ardeshir Dentistry Cherilyn G. Sheets, DDS Dentistry Today Henry Schein, Inc. Kendra Covington Pratt, Avi Reichental Heraeus Kulzer, Inc. DDS, MS BAE Systems Imaging Choice Translating DENTSPLY International Herman & Ursula Simon Kevin Baker Solutions Howard Farran, DDS, MBA Kristin Carroll Barbara Parker Christine A. Herschel, RDH DMG America, LLC Hull & Coleman Lake Pointe Family Dentistry Belmont Publications Christopher T. Clark Orthodontics Leesha Murphy Benco Family Foundation Don Gross Huw Francis Thomas, BDS, Leo E. Rouse, DDS, FACD Beverly Wasserman Claude & Jennifer Morady Donald Montano MS, PhD Leslie Hendrix Bill Goetz Colin M. Webb Ileana Lozano Linda Blakey, DDS Bisco Dental Products Douglas Palmer, DDS Ivoclar Vivadent Ljubica Durlovska Bob & Pam MacDonald Corey Hastings Jaana Koning, DDS LMT Communications, Inc. Brad Sauer Dr. Erica Anand Jay Vining Ihlenfeld, PhD Lynn Harrison Brett Wood, DMD, MS Cosmedent, Inc. Jeanne Fravel Lynn Lude, RDH Brian Hughsam, DDS Dr. Mark R. Raab Jeff Lavers Marcey Saunders Brittany Bentley Cristie Ramsey Jeffrey Tocci, DDS Drake Orthodontics32 Crosstex Dudnyk Dan Banh, DDS Edward Jackson, DMD Dan Hwang, DDS Emily Eckert Daniel Chan, DDS Emma Johnson, DDS Darby Dental Supply, LLC Eric J. Harris, DDS David Cox Ethan Levander David Edward Hodges Eunha Cho, DDS Dear Doctor EVOLVE Oral Care Deedee Gurin, DMD Jenica Nelan Fern K. Ingber Delta Dental Community Jennifer Ludwig Care Foundation Fred & Barbara Palensky Delta Dental of Arkansas Gary Griswold Foundation GC America, Inc.

Margaret Megelas, DDS Paul A. Guggenheim Ruth Scher The Larry & Helen HoagMarites Sison, DMD Paul Mondock Sarah Hesslink FoundationMark Moehlman PennWell Sarah Norman The Procter & Gamble CompanyMary Ann Sweeney Peter Bagnell SciCan, Inc. Thomas EngelsMary Elizabeth Bisese, DDS Polytech High School HOSA Septodont, Inc Thomas M. PrescottMaureen Clawson Lowrey Chapter Sergey Kunin Tina S. Merhoff & AssociatesMedicom, Inc. Prairie Dental Center Shannon Weatherly Pediatric DentistryMelissa Summerfield Premier Dental Products Company Sharon Nicholson-Harrell, DDS Todd Rankin, DDSMerrick Weingarten Pro2 Solutions Shofu Dental Corporation Tom & Nancy MierswaMichael Bulger, DDS Pulpdent Corporation Sirona Dental Systems, Inc. Tracy Willson-ScottMichael Engel, DMD Quanda Johnson, DDS SmileMakers, Inc. TSC EcoSolutions, LLCMichael Sitters, DDS Quintessence Publishing Southern Dental Industries Inc. Tyler Junior CollegeMichelle Von Fange Company, Inc. (SDI) Tyler NunesMindy Smith Rael Gorelick Southwest’s ToothFairies Ultradent Products, Inc.Nicholas Rendon, DDS Ramona Ardoin Stephanie Alvira University of North CarolinaNicole Malachowski Richard Fixott, DDS Stephen Kallaos, DDS University of South Florida SUATNnenna Ofobike-Lewis Richard Iverson Steven Wong, DDS Walmart Stores, Inc.North Dakota Dental Hygienists Richard Koch, DDS Sunstar Americas, Inc. Wells Fargo Practice FinanceAssociation River Ridge Oral & Maxillofacial Supersmile Wiederman & ChamberlainO’Gorman-Greater Sioux Surgical Center Susan Greenwald Stern William CoyneFalls HOSA Chapter Robert Size Susan Hammel William Glaros, DDSOral Health Group Robert Supple Suzanne Bird, DDS William Paul WintersParadise Valley High School HOSA Ron & Linda Rossen Tami Earney Wirth - Myers Family FundChapter Ronald Baukol Terry Ng, CPA, PLLC Wiswall EndodonticsPatricia Artemas Ronald S. Jacobson, DDS, MS The Eddie & Jo Allison Smith WundermanPatterson Dental Supply Inc. Russell & Sally Robinson Family Foundation 33

Consolidated Statements of Activities Year Ended June 30, 2015 Support and Revenue $ Unrestricted 2015 Total Contributions Temporarily In-kind contributions 719,488 $ Restricted $1,675,490 Contributed services 2,380,807 2,380,807 Other income 956,002 $ 100,899 Net assets released from restrictions 100,899 - 490 Total support and revenue 490 - - - 4,157,686 1,150,813 4,352,497 (1,150,813) (194,811) Expenses 2,600,313 - 2,600,313 Program expenses 293,208 - 293,208 Management and general expenses Fundraising expenses: 156,968 - 156,968 Purchased 1,237,139 - 1,237,139 Donated 4,287,628 - 4,287,628 Total expenses Change in net assets 64,869 (194,811) (129,942) Net Assets, Beginning 777,616 1,028,142 1,805,758 Net Assets, Ending 842,485 833,331 1,675,816 34

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