TheraBreath Philanthropy

Philanthropy at TheraBreath

Here at TheraBreath, helping others is important to us. We make it a point to donate to various charitable organizations that help promote proper oral care education worldwide. Listed below are some of the most recent Charitable Organizations we have been a part of:

July 26-27, 2014 - Vida Mexico Mission Trip: They support developing villages in Tizmin, Mexico including Sucila and Holca, by providing them with dental education and treatment.

March, 2014 - 2014 GO! FOR A CAUSE: The American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA) was chosen as an official charity of the 2014 GO! St. Louis Marathon & Family Fitness weekend.

January 27, 2014 - Donorschoose.org: - Along with others, TheraBreath's donation allowed a 9th grade class at West Adams Preparatory High School to visit the Amazing Body Exhibit in Los Angeles, CA.

June, 2013 - Revlon Run/Walk for Women: Created in 1994 through the committed and collective efforts of the Entertainment Industry Foundation, Lilly Tartikoff and Ronald O. Perelman, the EIF Revlon Run/Walk for Women has grown to become one of the nation's largest single day fundraising events. To date, the Run/Walks (in Los Angeles and New York) have distributed over $70 million for cancer research, treatment, counseling and outreach programs. Thanks in part to these funds, new treatments are being developed and lives are being saved

September, 2013 - 29th Annual AIDS Walk: AIDS Walk LA benefits AIDS Project Los Angeles and other HIV/AIDS programs and services throughout the area.

November, 2013 - Movember: The Movember community generously donate their funds, faces and time to help Movember change the face of men's health. We know that with great moustaches comes great responsibility and we take that very seriously. Our decisions to fund programs for prostate and testicular cancer and mental health challenges.

2013, ongoing - American Dental Education Association (ADEA): Created in 2013, five annual ADEA/TheraBreath® Student Research Fellowship stipends are paid to selected student's dental or dental hygiene school to support the student's basic science or clinical research project in the areas of xerostomia, halitosis or both.

2013, ongoing - Convoy of Hope: They bring help and hope to those across America who are displaced, hungry, and hurting, often from natural disasters.

September, 2012 - We Care Packs: Run by a ninth grade student, this began as a community service project. They create and distribute care packages for soldiers.

July 28, 2012 - Donations to Fort Drum: Run by a military wife and onetime former Fort Drum solider, Rebecca Connors and friends provided 200 care bags to soldiers.

2012 - Red Cross: Helping those affected by Hurricane Sandy.

June, 2011 - Walden House: Haight Ashbury Free Clinics and Walden House have both grown over the years, becoming national models for community healthcare, substance use disorder treatment and mental health services. The organizations merged on July 1, 2011 to best serve the most vulnerable members of our community