Help children in Nicaragua get dental care AND get your car washed!
How, by taking your car to the Arco in downtown Woodinville on Saturday, July 14 from 10 am to 2 pm for a carwash fundraiser.
A small but intrepid group of local high-schoolers, parents, and a Woodinville doctor will make the long journey to Nicaragua starting July 17, as volunteers with Save Their Smiles, an organization dedicated to helping children in Nicaragua live pain free from dental decay.
The group of Woodinville teens and adults will travel by commercial jet, prop plane, then truck to one of the poorest areas in Nicaragua, which is itself one of the poorest countries in Central America. They’re headed for remote villages where the Miskito Indians live with no running water, no electricity, and no dental care, until now. The group will be taking toothbrushes and dental supplies donated by area dentists—and, they hope, you. All volunteers will pay their own way, so all money that is donated goes directly to help the children on the ground. Just $5 provides dental care for a child for an entire year! All donations are tax-deductible.
Help support them in their mission to help bring oral health education and relief to the villages of Bilwas.