Foundation / Corporation
Delta Dental of Oklahoma Foundation (DDOK)
Grants to Oklahoma nonprofits, educational institutions, and government agencies for programs and services that promote oral health and advance dental education. Funding is intended to make dental care accessible to populations who would not otherwise have access to dental services.
Funding Criteria - Dental Health and Education Related Programs Funded:
- Benevolent Dentistry and Access to Care: Clinics, programs, projects, and events that provide dental care and education to those unable to access the care they need due to financial, physical, or geographical barriers
- Public Education: Programs that educate children and adults in dental self-care to improve oral health and establish life-long habits
- Professional Education: Programs that prepare the next generation of dental professionals, address dental professional shortage areas, and advance dentistry
- Oral Health-Related Research
- Support Programs: Initiatives that advance or support core objectives
The Foundation seeks to support, encourage, and advance the volunteer service of dental professionals. Therefore, funding decisions give priority to programs utilizing the following Preferred Service Model.
Preferred Service Model:
- Free clinic or program (no charge to patients).
- Specific patient qualifications are stated and proof is required.
- Volunteer dental professionals donate time and service (either in their private offices or in the grantee organization’s facility or event).
- Grant funds cover negotiated hard costs (such as labs, anesthesia, supplies, and materials).
Though priority is given to free clinics, on occasion the Foundation may choose to fund nonprofit, lowcost clinics which provide services to low-income, at-risk, uninsured/underinsured populations at fees which average 20% or more below Delta Dental PPO reimbursement rates.
GrantWatch ID#: 158313
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Online application portal: https://www.grantinterface.com/Home/Logon?urlkey=deltadentalok
Terrisa Singleton, Foundation Director
Anne Thi, Programs Manager
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