A dental charitable event of the magnitude of GMOM requires hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations and in-kind contributions to cover expenses for dental equipment and facility rentals, supplies, pharmaceuticals, and food and beverage items. Amazing donors supported the 2011 GMOM with more than $200,000 in financial contributions and nearly $160,000 in in-kind contributions. Donations are needed and encouraged for the 2015 GMOM.

You provide $7 or more in urgent dental care for every dollar that you or your organization donates. Please help by donating to GMOM! Here are ways you can help:

Make a Tax-Deductible Donation

To make a tax-deductible donation, mail a check (payable to the Georgia Dental Association Foundation for Oral Health; place GMOM in the memo line) to 7000 Peachtree Dunwoody Road NE, Suite 200, Building 17, Atlanta, GA 30328. The Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) charity and donations to the Foundation are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by the law. Please click here to open and print the donation form you need to send in with your check or credit card information.

Thanks to those individuals and organizations who have already generously donated to support GMOM and reach out to low and no-income adults! See a full listing of our organizational and individual donors by clicking here.

Contribute an In-Kind Donation

The GMOM event will require a great deal of dental supplies, food and beverage items, and other support items to be successful. If your organization would like to donate supplies in lieu of financial support, please call Courtney Layfield at (404) 636-7553, (800) 432-4357, or email layfield@gadental.org for information. Your in-kind donations are very much appreciated!

Donate Your Time and Volunteer!

GMOM 2015 will be held June 18-20 at the Georgia National Fairgrounds and Agricenter in Perry, GA. Our goal is to treat 2,000+ patients in just two days and highlight the oral health needs of citizens of Georgia. At GMOM, more than 100 dental chairs, treatment stations, a sterilization department, patient education, computerized patient registration system, and so much more will be used to create a full scale dental clinic.