The NC Dental Society Foundation is rescheduling the March 27-28, 2020 Missions of Mercy (MOM) clinic in High Point out of abundance of caution due to COVID-19. The NCDS is mindful of COVID-19’s risk especially to vulnerable populations and want to limit potential exposure. We will update when a revised date has been scheduled.
Cooke Capital is proud to help sponsor the 2020 NCDS Foundation Missions of Mercy (MOM) free adult dental clinic in High Point on March 27-28. This event will be held at First Baptist Church of High Point.
The portable free dental clinic is conducted over a two-day period, offering complimentary care for adults from underserved households. The program rotates throughout the state, each requiring a host community. In 2019, Cooke Capital helped to support the Eastern North Carolina program in New Bern. The clinic is staffed by volunteer dentists, dental hygienists, dental assistants, lab techs, health professionals and community volunteers.
We look forward to supporting the Piedmont Triad program kicking off early in the year in High Point which will be directed by the local host Dr. L’Tanya Bailey. Wishing all those participating in the clinic the best of luck.
For more information on the NCDSF MOM clinic program, please click on the link: https://ncdentalfoundation.org/programs/#clinic-model
In case you are unable to attend or support the new year clinic program in High Point, there will be a second clinic program scheduled in September in Gastonia at the City Church (formerly Bethlehem Church).