For Immediate Release – Kansas Mission of Mercy Provides $1,102,222 in Care

The Kansas Mission of Mercy annual dental clinic was in Manhattan, KS on January 27-28, 2017.

Volunteer dentists and hygienists provided 1,041 patients with $1,102,222 in care.

To date, this is the fewest number of patients seen at a KMOM project (Manhattan was our 16th KMOM).

However, everyone who arrived at the National Guard Armory while the clinic doors were open was able to receive treatment.

As a result, patients were able to receive more comprehensive care, valued at over $1,000 per patient.

The Kansas Dental Charitable Foundation would like to thank all the volunteers and donors who helped make this mission a success!

Volunteer Registration for KMOM Manhattan Now Open!

Volunteer registration for KMOM Manhattan is now open!

Click here to register.

We’ll see you on January 27-28, 2017 at the National Guard Armory in Manhattan, KS!

KDCF Announces Manhattan to Host 2017 KMOM

The Kansas Dental Charitable Foundation (KDCF) is pleased to announce that the 2017 Kansas Mission of Mercy (KMOM) free dental clinic will be held on January 27-28, 2017 in Manhattan, KS at the National Guard Armory.  This is the same location as the 2009 KMOM.  Dr. Randy Davis has volunteered to Chair the 2017 event.  If you’re interested in being included on the local planning committee, contact Dr. Davis at randyndavis@cox.net

This will be the KDCF’s 16th KMOM event since its inception in 2003.  To date, Kansas dentists have provided almost 27,000 Kansans free dental care valued at over $15.3 million through KMOM.

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