Dental Dreams helps build hope for disadvantaged communities

We are glad to give back to the community. One of those efforts is to support recreation opportunities for disadvantaged children in Chicago.

One seemingly unlikely way is to provide facilities for playing squash on the South Side. Squash is a game similar to racquetball.

METROsquash director David Kay explained to Illinois Business Daily:

It’s that accessibility that Kay and the crew at the non-profit METROsquash have used to help disadvantaged children in Chicago reach their full academic potential. With the construction of a new building, however, the group needs all the help it can get — to the tune of roughly $1.5 million per year in operating expenses, as well as volunteers.

A recent donation of $50,000 from Dental Dreams will help the crew at METROSquash to keep doing its work.

Our work at Dental Dreams extends past helping those we serve in our offices. We are committed to helping the communities that house those offices.

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