The Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore’s Mission of Mercy Fund received $50,000 from CareFirst to support the operational needs of the Eastern Shore’s second Mission of Mercy dental clinic held in April at the Wicomico Youth and Civic Center in Salisbury.
“Mission of Mercy” (MOM) projects are conducted across the country to bring quality dental care to underserved populations. MOM Projects consist of over 100 volunteer dental professionals and several hundred volunteer staff who coordinate two-day dental clinics at locations around the country.
Pictured (left to right back row): Susan Purnell, Jim Morris, and Gayle Widdowson; Brad Sutliffe; Jean Sewell; Dr. Julius Zant; Lauren Taylor; Ernie Satchell; Kathleen McLain; Erica Joseph; Delegate Chris Adams; Bunky Luffman; Carol Rose; Dr. Carolyn Johnston; Charles Goslee, and Dr. Roland Holsinger join (left to right front row) Kim Allen, Donna Hoy, Julie Wagner, Bob Culver, Melody Nelson and Dick Van Gelder.
Contributions can be made payable to the Community Foundation with a memo notation “Eastern Shore MOM.”
More information about Mission of Mercy can be found at www.easternshoremissionofmercy.org.