Our DDOK Foundation has been named a finalist for the Anne Roberts People’s Choice Award by the Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy (OICA).
This annual award is given to an Oklahoma organization that goes above and beyond to improve life for the state’s youth.
Established in 1998, the DDOK Foundation has donated more than $35 million to produce and support dental health and education programs in Oklahoma. Through programs like MouthScience and Captain Supertooth, free dental sealant clinics for second- and sixth-grade students, distribution of mouthguards to young athletes, and more, the DDOK Foundation works to improve the oral health of young Oklahomans.
Award finalists were chosen by a committee of OICA board members, and the winner is determined through public voting. Votes may be cast once per day through July 29, with the winner announced at the OICA Heroes Ball that evening.
For more information on work of the DDOK Foundation, visit DDOKFoundation.org.