Free custom home teeth whitening!

Posted by on Sep 7, 2010 in Blogs, Events | 2 comments

Pakistan boyImagine all of New England is flooded and under water.  Now realize that in Pakistan, an area almost exactly the same size as New England IS flooded and under water as a result of devastating monsoon rains this summer.

Extending from the north to the south, these floods have disrupted the lives of over 20 million people, including 6 million children who need food, water, shelter, medications, and vaccinations to prevent malnutrition, water-borne diseases, and infections. To understand the enormity of this disaster, consider that the size and number of people affected by this catastrophe is greater than the 2005 tsunami and the recent earthquakes in Pakistan and Haiti put together.

Drs. Ejaz and Femina Ali of Wellesley are hosting a fundraiser at Wellesley Dental Group and here’s where the FREE Custom home teeth whitening comes into play.

Each person who makes a tax-deductible donation of $299 or more to APPNE Flood Relief (see info on APPNE below) will receive a free custom home teeth whitening package, valued at $550 (certain people may not be eligible for medical reasons).

This fundraiser lasts through October 14, where we cap the efforts with a celebration attended by our new specialists: Pediatric dentist, Dr. Nooruddin Pradhan, Orthodontist, Dr. Emad Abdallah, and Periodontist, Dr. Ghazwan Ghazi.

Please call us at 781-237-9071 for more information or to set up your appointment for teeth whitening.  You may also send an email to danica@wellesleydentalgroup.com.

Thank you!

The Association of Pakistani Physicians of New England (APPNE) has a track record of providing a substantial relief effort to the people of Pakistan and has set up disaster relief centers across the nation after the flooding. This group, based out of New England, has already collected over $60,000 for this relief effort. Much of this money is being directly used to buy food, medications and vaccination for the affected Pakistani population.  Drs. Ejaz and Femina Ali of Wellesley are originally from Pakistan and are active APPNE members.

APPNE’s goal is to collect over $200,000 during the next month to continue to provide direct assistance for both short term (rations, clean water, disease prevention and treatment) and long term needs (seeds for farming, shelter and disease prevention and treatment) for those affected by the flooding.  APPNE is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization (Tax ID: 360291079).

2 Comments

  1. Impressive document, I must say i enjoy messages by you.

  2. I always feel proud for those social organizations that tries their utmost effort in reaching out communities who lacks medical attention. It is like they are doing their corporate social responsibility towards others. I’m sure, they will have bright smiles as best reward. 🙂

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