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Corporate Hands: Charities Get dental help

Published:Wednesday | October 28, 2015 | 12:00 AM
Philip Liu (centre), founder of Angels of Love, Dr Anissa Broussard Holmes (left), owner of Jamaica Cosmetic Dental Services, and Melissa Whyte, office manager, pose following the commitment to donate to his charity.

Jamaica Cosmetic Dental Services (JCDS) recently announced that they will be donating a percentage of the profits earned from their new patient examinations each month to a needy charity organisation in Jamaica.

Angels of Love - which assists critically ill, disadvantaged and underprivileged children in Jamaica - will be the first to benefit. JCDS already hosted 100 children with free dental care in February during Children's Dental Health Month.

They have also given away free smile makeovers, provided more than $1 million in free dental services to children, donated more than $100,000 to Crayons Count, built a playground and computer lab for a local school, and more.